Andrew Wiggins caused quite a stir Tuesday when he finally decided what college he was going to attend -- and, therefore, which basketball team's hopes for a national title would be lifted into the stratosphere.
Fans of the four schools the Huntington (W.Va.) Prep star had named as his finalists -- Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina and Florida State -- had gotten themselves whipped up into a frenzy during the days leading up to Wednesday's deadline for recruits to sign with NCAA Division I schools.
But when the time came for the nation's top prep basketball prospect to actually make his decision public, there was no hoopla at all. No live TV coverage, no speeches, no array of team hats to use as props.
And that was the way Wiggins wanted it. He revealed his school of choice to a small gathering of family and friends in the gym where he played high school ball and then signed his letter of intent for Kansas.