Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Andrew Wiggins, 6'8'', SF, Freshman
B/R Prospect Ranking: No. 1
Wayne Selden, 6'5'', SG, Freshman
B/R Prospect Ranking: No. 9
Andrew Wiggins and Wayne Selden form a bad, bad duo.
The No. 1 prospect in the country won't be alone in Kansas this season. Wiggins will suit up alongside Selden at the wing. Together, they pack the most potent punch of athleticism in the country.
Wiggins is unlike anyone we've seen in a while. His physical gifts allow him to do things on the floor that make you question the legitimacy of his highlights.
As a pro prospect, he stands 6'8'' with a 7'0'' wingspan, ideal measurements for an NBA small forward. He's got a scoring skill set in place with the ability to create and knock down shots from all different angles.
Another highly touted recruit, Selden is also ready to make an immediate impact at Kansas. With brute strength, powerful explosiveness and a dirty offensive game, Selden is going to wow scouts with his scoring and playmaking ability.
If his jumper starts falling like I know it can, he could be this year's version of Ben McLemore, whom Selden will be filling in for in Kansas' lineup.
Between Wiggins and Selden, we're talking about the likely No. 1 pick and a potential lottery selection—and both look college-ready. Together, they represent the top NBA-prospect tandem in all of college basketball.