Andrew Wiggins' college basketball career at the University of Kansas

Wiggins arrived at Kansas as one of the most hyped college basketball recruits in recent memory. His combination of size, athleticism, and scoring ability made him an immediate focal point for the Jayhawks. 

 Despite being a freshman, Wiggins played a crucial role for the Jayhawks, helping lead the team to a 25-10 record and a Big 12 regular-season championship. His presence on the court significantly contributed to the team's success.

Wiggins' standout performances earned him numerous individual accolades during his freshman season. He was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year and was also selected to the All-Big 12 First Team. 

Wiggins showcased his scoring prowess throughout the season, averaging 17.1 points per game, the highest among Kansas players. Additionally, he contributed 5.9 rebounds per game, showcasing his versatility and ability to impact the game in multiple ways. 

Wiggins displayed a knack for coming through in clutch moments, delivering key baskets and making big plays when the team needed them most. His ability to rise to the occasion earned him the respect of teammates and fans alike. 

 Wiggins helped lead Kansas to the NCAA Tournament, where the team advanced to the Round of 32 before being eliminated by Stanford. Despite the early exit, Wiggins' performances in the tournament further solidified his status as a top NBA prospect.

Following his freshman season, Wiggins declared for the NBA Draft, forgoing his remaining eligibility at Kansas. He was widely projected to be one of the top picks in the draft, a testament to his impressive college career and potential at the next level. 

Though his time at Kansas was brief, Wiggins left a lasting legacy as one of the most talented players to don the Jayhawks' uniform. His impact on the program, both on and off the court, continues to be remembered by Kansas fans.