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By LARRY VAUGHT
As we get closer to the Andrew Wiggins’ decision, it reminded me of what Aaron Harrison had to say at the McDonald’s All-American Game about a month ago as he was asked about the possibility of the nation’s No. 1 recruit joining the Wildcats.
Question: How good a team would it be if Wiggins committed to Kentucky?
Harrison: “It would be an amazing team. He is one of the best athletes I have ever seen in my life. Put an athlete like him on the court and he would be great.”
Question: Have you tried to sell him on Kentucky this week?
Harrison: “No. I don’t try to do that. I did not like that when people tried to do that to me. He is a teenager just like I am. We hang out, listen to music, text.”
Question: Where do you predict he will go?
Harrison: “I have no idea.”