Four-star point guard Lindell Wigginton cut his list of schools to seven and now has set up a pair of official visits.
Oregon has scheduled the first official visit with Wigginton for the weekend of September 10th.
“Coach let's his guards play,” Wigginton said when asked what he liked about Oregon. “I have a good relationship with them, and [I like] their players development.”
Iowa State will then get their chance with the top 100 prospect the weekend of September 24th.
“Good relationship with the coaches, great fan support, coach let's his guards play and coach feels I can come play right away,” he responded when asked about the Cyclones.
Despite having narrowed his list and set up a pair of visits, Wigginton hasn’t put much thought into a timetable for making his college choice.
“I’m just going to make my decision when I feel the times right,” he said.
After a strong summer, Wigginton checked in at No. 66 overall in Scout’s 2017 player rankings. Playing with Stackhouse Elite, Wigginton felt he improved as a leader.
“I thought I played well,” he said. “I never really had a stacked team for AAU so I had to try and carry the load all the time, which was kind of tough at times, but I became a better leader and player because of that.”
“Playing with the Canada team I felt I proved myself going up against the best from different countries.”
Wigginton is regarded as the No. 14 point guard in the class.