According to USA Today’s Eric Prisbell, Andrew Wiggins will be announcing that he is reclassifying into the 2013 class soon:
Mitchell Wiggins said Thursday that he expects his son, Andrew Wiggins, to play college basketball next season. Andrew Wiggins is a 6-foot-8 small forward at Huntington (W.Va.) Prep who is considered the best high school player regardless of class in the United States. “It’s time,” Mitchell Wiggins told USA TODAY Sports. “It’s time for him (to show) that he is the best in college right now. I think he is ready for the next step. Academically-wise he is doing great. Maturity-wise he is doing great. He has a lot of talent. He is ready for the next step, and everybody knows it is time. It is Andrew’s time. Next year is coming soon and he is ready.”
Recent rumors have Wiggins opening up his college recruitment and indicating that Kentucky and FSU were not the clear favorites. Those came out this week, yet the timing of this announcement and the fact that Wiggins is reclassifying seem to indicate the decision is further along that publicly stated. There has been no timetable as to when this announcement will be officially made and it will be very interesting to see what five visits Wiggins will take. As for now, I think you still have to have UK and FSU atop any list.