Wiggins, a talented 6-foot-7 budding star from Canada who might be the best high school talent since LeBron James, picked Kansas over Kentucky, North Carolina, and Florida State.
Wiggins-to-Kansas means the Jayhawks will be in the mix to win they’re 148th Big 12 title in a row, approximately. (I still give a slight edge to Marcus Smart and Oklahoma State, but that’s probably only me.) Kansas graduated four starters and lost star Ben McLemore to the pros, so Wiggins will lead the way, with Perry Ellis inside and Naadir Tharpe at guard. Wiggins is just the elixir for Kansas fans still shocked by the Trey Burke three-pointer in March.