Wiggins Decides Tuesday

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 5/13/2013 7:09 pm
Unless you live under a rock, you already know Andrew Wiggins is set to make his college choice tomorrow, 12:15 at Huntington Prep high school.

Wiggins is the top-ranked recruiting prospect in the nation and has arguably had one of the most hyped and debated recruitments in recent history.

Kentucky is still in the mix.  Along with what some believe to be the favorite in Florida State...as well as Kansas and North Carolina.

Only one reporter will be allowed to see Wiggins sign his national letter of intent.  Grant Traylor of the local newspaper.

That's right.  No ESPN.  No TV cameras...possibly no video at all if Mr. Traylor doesn't own a flip cam.

We'll of course have the results of Wiggins decision right here on ABC 36 news tomorrow...in addition to reaction and impact for the Cats.
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