"I'm playing power forward but it's like an old big man role since I'm like the tallest guy on the team," Wiggins said. "I shoot it though."
And his stock seems to be shooting as well. Ball State, Chattanooga, Richmond, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Appalachian State and the College of Charleston are tagging him frequently. He's visited Charleston, Chattanooga and Appy State.
As far as making a decision, Wiggins can wait. "I don't even know yet. I've been focused on the season. We'll think about that after the season."
At 26 points and 11 boards a game, Wiggins has it rolling. The one-time Scout.com Top 100 prospect has turned in a strong senior campaign and schools have taken note. "The ones that are recruiting me the hardest are the ones that have offered. Tennessee and Ole Miss have not offered.
"I want to go somewhere that I can fit in and have a good basketball family."