The goal of any great college coach is to take a kid who has star written all over him, and help shape and refine his already explosive game.
That is the reason Andrew Wiggins and so many other top preps choose Bill Self and Kansas for their NBA tuneup. Wiggins has really progressed during his freshman season at Kansas, and according to Chad Ford, NBA GM are noticing also.
According to Ford, GM’s feel Wiggins is becoming more aggressive, and playing with more poise.
He’s playing so much better,” one GM said. “He’s becoming aggressive. He’s playing with more poise. He missed a lot of shots on Saturday, but many of them were good shots that just didn’t go down. He’s going to have to get better at finishing around the basket in traffic, but lately he’s been playing like the Wiggins we knew in high school. I think he’s still very much in the running for the No. 1 pick. If I were choosing between him and Embiid, I don’t know what I’d do.”