Andrew Wiggins Contemplating Reclassifying To Class of 2013

According to his high school coach, highly touted 2014 recruit Andrew Wiggins may reclassify to graduate with the ‘13 class, making him eligible for the 2014 NBA Draft. has the details: “Wiggins told that he was ‘not going to do it,’ but left the door open that he could change his mind during the school year. In that regard, Wiggins would be similar to incoming Kentucky freshman Nerlens Noel, who changed from 2013 to 2012, allowing him to go in the 2013 NBA Draft, where he is currently projected as the No. 1 overall pick by ‘If we could get him to college early which would then get him to the NBA earlier, as a coach and a mentor to him, then we have to tell him, ‘Hey, this is probably the direction for your development that you will probably want to go,’’ Fulford said. ‘But also if he’s not ready we’re not going to push him because he’s still young. He wants to experience high school. It’s not like coming back here for a year is not going to help him. He’s gotten bigger, stronger. He’s gotta develop.’ Fulford said Wiggins, 17, would need to do some additional coursework at Huntington Prep in order to reclassify to 2013.”