Andrew Wiggins will be one-and-done at Kansas if the Canadian phenom gets his way.
When asked by ESPN what his goals are for his first year at university, the Thornhill, Ont., native responded by saying, “Win another championship, a national championship. Follow in Anthony Bennett’s footsteps of going No. 1.”
If he does in fact declare himself eligible for the 2014 NBA Draft, Wiggins is the consensus pick to go No. 1 overall.
Most first-overall picks in recent NBA drafts have been one-and-done players, including fellow Canadian Bennett, who was selected with the top pick this past June by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In fact, the last No. 1 pick to play more than one year of college ball was Blake Griffin, who spent two years at Oklahoma before being drafted first in 2009
Wiggins added he wants to “enjoy [his] last year of school.”