ATLANTA (AP) — Wichita State guard Nick Wiggins' season ended Saturday night. The recruiting of his talented younger brother is ongoing.
He hears the question two or three times a day — "Where's your brother going to school?" — and Nick said it's usually from someone with a rooting interest in Kentucky, Florida State or Kansas.
Nick's brother, 6-foot-7 swingman Andrew Wiggins, a senior at West Virginia's Huntington Prep, happens to be one of the top-ranked players in the class of 2013.
There's also another Wiggins hooping it up: Mitchell, the oldest brother, plays for Southeastern University, an NAIA school in Lakeland, Fla.
It appears that Andrew is the best of the basketball-playing bunch, though.
"He deserves all the attention," said Nick, who thinks his brother will announce his college choice in the next couple weeks. "We've still been talking about it, rapping about it, and we're just going to try to help him make the best decision."
— Dave Skretta — http://twitter.com/@APdaveskretta
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