Decision time for Andrew Wiggins, the nation's consensus No. 1 recruit and arguably the best high school basketball player since LeBron James, is rapidly approaching.
Where he'll be heading, though, remains a mystery. The 5-star Canadian recruit out of Huntington Prep School in West Virginia has narrowed his list to exactly four schools—Florida State, Kentucky, North Carolina and Kansas—each of which carry a prestige of personal or historical significance in college basketball.
Wiggins can make his decision official as soon as April 14, when the official national signing period opens for the Class of 2013. But he remains noncommittal thus far, refusing to name a date or even a time frame for his decision, per Steve Jones of The Courier-Journal. (Wiggins must make his decision by May 15.)
While each of those schools remain on the recruiting path for other top-tier stars, Wiggins remains the biggest domino—and teams will be waiting on bated breath for his reply.
Far and away the best player in his class, Wiggins has one of the best recruit profiles in recent memory. A 6'8", 195-pound small forward, Wiggins is gifted in a multitude of ways on both ends of the floor. He's easily the best athlete in the Class of 2013, throwing down mystifying dunks few thought were possible for an 18-year-old kid.
While plenty of "athletes" have fizzled out at the college level, Wiggins also has the skill set to back up his accolades. He can shoot from long range, has a burgeoning dribble-drive game and plays surprisingly hard on the defensive end for someone with his offensive repertoire.
With most of the other top players in the Class of 2013 committed, Wiggins' decision looms over the landscape of college basketball. For that reason, here is a look at all the latest news, rumors and other noteworthy happenings about Wiggins' future.