"He didn't say anything he hasn't said in the past," Huntington Prep coach Rob Fulford told Scout.com.
"He was just basically saying don't get caught up in roster spots and scholarships," he added. "Everything is there. He has a scholarship."
Fulford said Kentucky's recruiting class, which already consists of six five-star prospects, came up quite a bit.
"He was just talking about their recruiting class this year and the pressures of Kentucky and that they are already named the best recruiting class in history," Fulford said.
"He said if Andrew decides to come it would take it to an entire different level and if they don't win by an average of 30 points then they didn't succeed," he added.
In the end, the visit was to make sure Wiggins knew he was still a priority to Kentucky.
"I think he was just wanting to come in one more time and make sure Andrew realized that he wants him and the priority is still there," Fulford said. "Just because he has all the other guys he didn't stop [recruiting him]."
"He wanted to make sure Andrew understood that he was still priority one from the get go," he added.
Wiggins doesn't currently have a timetable for his college decision. Fulford noted that he won't make a decision while he's at the McDonald's All-American festivities.
"He's not going to do anything at McDonald's," Fuford said.
Wiggins has taken official visits to all four of his finalists.