"Obviously, Wiggins is a no brainer for Keatts to see," Huntington coach Rob Fulford told InsideTheVille.com. "He's an unbelievable talent. His talent level is off the charts. It's not a matter of what schools are going to offer or recruit him. It's how the recruiting process will go. If the new (NBA) college bargaining agreement (allows), he'll never step foot in college."
Wiggins, 6'6, 190, could become the game's next great super star.
"It's his skill-set," Fulford said. "He's 6'7, he's long and he's freakishly athletic. He can shoot it, defend, rebound. His overall package at his age is scary. The one thing he's got to understand is that the Kobe (Bryant's) and Michael (Jordan's) don't take plays off, regardless of who's guarding you or who you're guarding. He has to develop that killer instinct."
A native of Toronto, Fulford worked hard to land Wiggins for Huntington Prep, attending 23 straight AAU games that Wiggins played during the spring and summer.
"He's one of those guys that when the lights are on, he shows up," Fulford said. "He's a big-time player."
With college coaches trying to round out their 2012 recruiting, Fulford said traffic through Huntington Prep this month has been a slow, though it's starting to increase. Besides Louisville, North Carolina and Kentucky are expected to pay a visit this week, and Duke is also coming soon to see Wiggins.
"It's good to get in early and often," Fulford said.