One And Done Kansas Jayhawks
Number Three: Andrew Wiggins
Andrew Wiggins was a extremely hyped up player with unreal expectations. At one point Andrew was even compared to Lebron James. On Midnight Madness at the Phog people came from all around to see the “Next Lebron”. In his freshman season, Andrew Wiggins played 35 games, averaged 17.1 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.5 assists, and shot a field goal percentage of 44.8.
Unfortunately, KU’s season with Andrew Wiggins ended with disappointment, and he left quietly for the 2014 NBA Draft. With the 1st pick of the First Round of the 2014 NBA Draft the Cleveland Cavaliers picked up Andrew Wiggins.
Even though Andrew Wiggins was selected as a Cavalier, he was eventually traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kevin Love to make way for the Lebron James train. Wiggins has become an excellent NBA player so far in his career.
In his first season, Andrew Wiggins played 82 games, averaged 36.2 minutes, 16.9 points, 4.6 rebounds and held a 43.7 field goal percentage. He has consistently kept those numbers in his second season and is on pace to improve even more this season.