Andrew Wiggins is the classic example of a one and done.

Rated as the top high school basketball recruit, Wiggins made his decision today to attend the University of Kansas for that one year.

Obviously he had options and had narrowed it down to Kentucky, Florida State, North Carolina and Kansas, but choose the Jayhawks much to the delight of head coach Bill Self.

Wiggins will join the long list of one and done’s once he decides after his freshman campaign to head to the NBA, but in the meantime, he can leave his mark at Kansas in the process.

Kansas ranks second with their recruiting class this season only behind Kentucky and projected to be a final four contending team in the 2013-2014 season.

Wiggins game during his high school career has been compared to Lebron James with his ability to defend while showing extreme athleticism on both ends of the court.

No one in their right mind is saying Wiggins will become Lebron, but to be mentioned in the same sentence certainly shows the expectations and possibilities for the young man.