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By Cody Porter | @KernelPorter
A timetable for a decision on the possible reclassification of five-star forward Andrew Wiggins has yet to be made, Huntington Prep head coach Rob Fulford said via text Monday.
“There isn’t one,” he said. “His parents will let me know once they decide.”
The 6-foot-7 forward and consensus top player of the 2014 recruiting class, has been mulling over the decision to make the move to the 2013 class in recent months.
Until last week’s decision to return home to Toronto, Wiggins was scheduled to attend UK’s Big Blue Madness Friday with the likes of the Harrison twins, James Young, Marcus Lee, Derek Willis, Cliff Alexander, Trey Lyles and JaQuan Lyle.
Wiggins’ other school of choice remains Florida State, where Huntington Prep teammate, five-star guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes, committed Saturday.