Adam Zagoria, who spends a lot of time on the phone with coaches and families of recruits, talked to Huntington Prep head coach Rob Fulford about the recent recruiting developments with Andrew Wiggins. A number of schools have picked up pursuit of Wiggins, and according to Fulford, that could be because of James Young’s commitment to UK.
“Obviously, with James Young right now as a kid that’s already committed to Kentucky in that ’13 class, maybe some of these schools feel a little bit more confident now,” Fulford told sNY.tv. “I think the other schools kind of feel they have a shot now, I guess.”
But that doesn’t mean Wiggins can’t play with Young and Kentucky’s star-studded 2013 class, Fulford said Wiggins is an unselfish player and he wouldn’t rule out going to Kentucky simply because the Cats already have a commitment from a wing player.
“No, Andrew’s an extremely unselfish palyer so I don’t know that that would have a determining factor on his school choice, as to what guys are there or what guys aren’t there,” Fulford said.
Roy Williams will visit Wiggins this afternoon; a Kansas assistant will be in Huntington on Thursday.