Andrew Wiggins cancels meetings with UNC, Kansas, FSU



By Tom Hurley| @TomHurleyKernel

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Andrew Wiggins has cancelled a trio of in-person meetings with the head coaches of three of the four schools left battling for his commitment, CBS reported Monday.

The Huntington (W.Va.) Prep small forward was due to meet with North Carolina head coach Roy Williams on Monday in Huntington.

Kansas head coach Bill Self was due to visit Wiggins on Tuesday, with Florida State head coach Leonard Hamilton set to meet with the top-ranked player in the Class of 2013 on Wednesday.

All three meetings have now been cancelled.

The meetings were scheduled at the end of a busy three-week stretch for the 6-foot-8, 197-pound Canadian.

Wiggins has taken part in three  high school basketball all-star games in as many weeks, beginning with the McDonald’s All-American game on April 3.

Following that game in Chicago, Wiggins travelled to New York to take part in the 2013 edition of the Jordan Brand Classic.

From there he flew to Portland, Ore., and roomed with Class of 2014 UK commit Karl Towns Jr., in the lead-up to Saturday’s Nike Hoop Summit.

Huntington Prep head coach Rob Fulford took to Twitter on Monday to explain why the visits have been cancelled.

“Andrew will be still be speaking with everyone by phone,” Fulford said. “Hasn’t made it in from Portland yet. Has been stuck in airports with cancellations.”

UK head coach John Calipari met with Wiggins prior to the high school senior’s participation in the three all-star games.

No timetable has been given for when Wiggins will make his college decision.