Before he becomes the NBA superstar everyone's been dreaming about, 2014 NBA draft prospect Andrew Wiggins must address a few key flaws.
At this point in his freshman campaign at Kansas, we've been able to identify some shortcomings with Wiggins that need attention. Some are related to specific skills and trends while others are related to intangibles like anticipation and his aggression.
Averaging 15.5 points on 46 percent shooting, Wiggins has delivered some impressive games and sequences during the first couple months of the season, but a couple of hot shooting nights and sporadic dunks aren't going to make him a great NBA player.
The Jayhawks' Big 12 conference schedule is right around the corner. It will be his biggest challenge yet, but it's also an opportunity for him to grow and prepare for the Association.
NBA fans and media alike are expecting huge things from Wiggins down the road. What exactly does he need to work on? Let's take a look.