High school wonder boy Andrew Wiggins, the top prep hoops player in the country, has cancelled his three in-home visits scheduled for this week, according to Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports.
Wiggins had arranged to meet with North Carolina head coach Roy Williams today, Kansas boss Bill Self on Tuesday and Florida State’s Leonard Hamilton on Wednesday, but nixed all three setups without any makeup dates in mind. The Huntington Prep star could not have made Monday’s arrangement with Williams because of flight complications leaving the Hoops Summit in Portland. He cited travel fatigue in squashing his other two in-homes.
Rob Fulford, the head coach at Huntington Prep, says Wiggins will schedule phone conversations with Williams, Self and Hamilton to atone for the scratched plans.
Wiggins, who is also considering Kentucky among his four finalists, last welcomed John Calipari at his house in advance of the McDonald’s All-American Game.
Speculation is rampant that the dropped visits indicate Kentucky has sealed the deal in this recruitment, but the Wiggins camp insists the cancellations were merely a function of logistical snags. Wiggins says he still has no idea to which school he’ll commit.
The late spring signing period began last Wednesday (April 17) and rolls through May 15.