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Wiggins’ HS coach shoots down FSU rumors


In an interview with the Herald-Leader, Andrew Wiggins’ head coach Rob Fulford shot down rumors that Florida State is Wiggins’ leader:

That’s not coming from Andrew,” Fulford said. “He still doesn’t talk about it. Anyone that puts anything out right now – that’s pure speculation. Andrew, he doesn’t communicate with anybody. It’s not like he’s told Kentucky or anyone else, ‘I’m leaning toward Florida State.’ He doesn’t communicate like that.”

A Division 1 assistant coach told Adam Zagoria that Kentucky’s already loaded 2013 class won’t factor into Wiggins or Julius Randle’s decisions:

“Those guys are going to find their way no matter what, wherever they go to school,” the coach said. “They’re going to find their way. So I don’t think those guys, because they’re at such a high level, are even worried about who’s there.

Wiggins’ only problem right now when it comes to the Cats is finding a time to visit. Fulford says that the talented young player doesn’t have any open dates until March.

I hear Keeneland is mighty fine in April…

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4 responses to “Wiggins’ HS coach shoots down FSU rumors”

  1. shelbyjoe

    he resembles Jodie Meeks in that picture.
    I hope Cal can get him in the blue and white. This young man can come to UK for a season that he’ll NEVER forget – heck, it might not be forgotten by anybody as this team will be so dominant. “Epic” is at hand.

  2. Drew

    Wow only one reply on this news so far!!! Lol. Well im the 2nd…

  3. Tennessee Wildcat

    Boom, this is exactly what I figured was going on involving Wiggins recruitment. Where are all of the whiners now? Cal will get Wiggins and Randle to come to UK, mark my word.

  4. Cat89

    I wouldn’t exactly call this “shooting down” a rumor. If this young man is indeed as he is described by his coach, been able to keep his thought processes so personal that no one knowes where he might be leaning; “He doesn’t communicate with anybody”. He is indeed a special young man beyond his athletic abilities. Not that he needs it but, I which him well. He appears to be a very together young man. He could do somethning very special at Kentucky, perhaps a undefeated season along with sweeping all of the All-American honors like AD.