Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari is like Chuck Norris. He doesn't sleep; he recruits.
Even on a day that will probably be Kentucky's best this year in terms of recruiting, Calipari was busy working. According to his head coach at Huntington Prep, Rob Fulford, Andrew Wiggins received a visit from Calipari yesterday. Kentucky's tireless coach stopped by Huntington Prep yesterday evening to watch Wiggins work out.
Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio was in attendance, and like everyone else on the planet, was impressed by Wiggins. According to Jones, "Wiggins is the the best high school player I have seen in a decade." That is a pretty common sentiment by anyone who has seen Wiggins ball.
With the Harrison twins on board, Kentucky fans are rightfully dreaming big. A freshman class with the Harrisons, Julius Randle, Andrew Wiggins and James Young wouldn't just dominate college basketball--it might "blue out" the first five picks in the 2014 NBA Lottery.
Of course, such an outlook is a long ways away. According to Jones, Wiggins still has not decided whether or not to reclassify to the 2013 class. But sure, one can dream.
Andrew Wiggins tells KSR he has not yet made a decision on whether to reclassify for the 2013 class— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) October 5, 2012