Key moments from Wiggins' first season at Kansas.

Wiggins entered Kansas as one of the most hyped freshmen in recent memory, with comparisons to NBA stars and projections of being a top pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. Expectations were sky-high for his performance in his lone college season. 

Throughout the season, Wiggins showcased his scoring ability and versatility on the court. He was a focal point of the Jayhawks' offense, consistently putting up solid numbers and making an impact in various facets of the game. 

Wiggins had several standout performances during his freshman season, including multiple games where he scored over 20 points. One notable performance was his 41-point outburst against West Virginia, where he showcased his scoring prowess and ability to take over a game.

Wiggins' impressive play earned him recognition as the Big 12 Freshman of the Year, highlighting his impact and contributions to the conference. His ability to excel in one of the toughest conferences in college basketball further solidified his status as a top prospect. 

 Wiggins played a key role in Kansas' run in the NCAA Tournament. Although the team fell short of reaching the Final Four, Wiggins delivered strong performances in tournament games, further showcasing his ability to perform on the big stage.

Wiggins finished his freshman season at Kansas with impressive statistics, averaging around 17 points, 6 rebounds, and 1.5 assists per game. His contributions across multiple statistical categories highlighted his versatility and impact on the court. 

Despite some criticisms regarding consistency and assertiveness, Wiggins' performance at Kansas reaffirmed his status as one of the top prospects for the upcoming NBA Draft. NBA scouts and analysts continued to view him as a potential star at the next level. 

While Wiggins' time at Kansas was brief, his impact on the program was significant. He helped maintain Kansas' status as one of the premier programs in college basketball and left a lasting impression with his talent and athleticism, setting the stage for future success for both himself and the Jayhawks. 

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