"I think my strengths are that I play real good defense," Iguodala said. "I hustle up and down the court. I can handle the ball. I can pass real good."
Iguodala is as shocked as anyone about his rising stock. He didn't expect much when he got to Indianapolis.
"When I first came here I thought I'd be at the bottom. That I wouldn't be too good, that I wouldn't be playing too much. When I got here and got into my game I noticed that I wasn't far from being one of the best players in the country. I didn't know I was that good."
Despite the success, he still isn't totally happy with his performance.
"My weakness is my outside shot," Iguodala said. "I've been working on it a lot this summer before the Nike camp. I haven't been hitting my three-point shot, but my mid-range shot has been okay."
Iguodala has been hearing quite a bit from Boston College, Missouri and Iowa. So far he hasn't heard from the Wildcat coaches, but he'd be all ears if they call.
"I have a lot of interest in Arizona. It's a long ways away but I have no problem with that. They have tradition. Lute Olson. I like it a lot. I hate cold weather, so I'll love Arizona."
Two main things are important the Illinois standout when it comes to choosing a school.
"Education. What my degree will be after I graduate. What my job will be if I don't go on to play ball. That and how soon will I play when I get there."
With all of the recent departures, he is well aware that there could be immediate playing time in a Wildcat uniform.
"They just had four guys leave, so that will open up a couple of spots and hopefully I can fill one of them."
Iguodala has a trio of people who will assist him in making his final choice of a school.
"My step-dad, my mother and Kevin Gamble. He's and old NBA player. He went to my high school and I shoot with him three days a week."