No.1 ranked prospect Andrew Wiggins is ready for a break from recruiting after his Florida State visit. Once his season is over, the plan is to take at least three more visits.
Wiggins wants to focus on his play.
Huntington (W.V.) Prep head coach Rob Fulford told 247Sports that Wiggins plans to visit Kentucky, North Carolina and Kansas after the season.
The 6-7 small forward took his first official visit last week when he watched Florida State fall to Florida.
"Andrew doesn't say much, but he had fun on the trip," said Fulford. "Obviously the game didn't go that well. I don't know that it really matters, though, in his recruitment.
"The process is beginning to wear some on him. He hasn't played the best lately, and he knows that. He isn't going to do any more visits during the season."
Although Wiggins doesn't want to take any more visits during the season, it won't keep coaches from visiting him.
This evening North Carolina head coach Roy Williams is scheduled to watch Wiggins play.
There is also the possibility Wiggins will utilize his fifth official visit. Ohio State and Syracuse are the candidates for that last visit.
Ohio State head coach Thad Matta watched Wiggins play this past weekend.
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