He's the top-ranked recruit in the country, a likely preseason All-American who has been pegged as the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA draft despite never playing a college game.
Still, Andrew Wiggins wants to get better.
That's why he chose Kansas, where coach Bill Self isn't the only one eager to offer advice.
"I can't wait until he gets here," forward Perry Ellis said of Wiggins. "Not just him, but all the freshmen. We're going to tell them how hard they have to work and how ...
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