The can't-miss prospects since the one-and-done rule went into effect—Greg Oden, Kevin Durant and Michael Beasley—have all had extremely productive freshman years. Oden took his team to a title game; Durant was the consensus national player of the year; Beasley averaged 26.2 points and 12.4 rebounds.
Based off the hype around Andrew Wiggins, which arguably exceeds those three, the Kansas wing should be a star in his one season at Kansas. It's not really a question of whether Wiggins will be good, but how good?
The bigger question surrounding the Jayhawks should be who is going to emerge as KU's other star. Bill Self's offense has traditionally either been extremely balanced or had two players dominate the scoring. Only once in Self's 10 seasons at KU has someone averaged more than 20 points per game—Wayne Simien in 2005—and even that season, Keith Langford averaged 14.1.
Typically, it's pretty clear going into the year in KU's system who "the star" and "the other guy" will be. Even when Self replaced five starters following the national title season, it was obvious Sherron Collins would be the star and Cole Aldrich would be his sidekick the following season.