Maryland Terrapin commit Aaron Wiggins(Wesleyan Christian Academy) shines at this past weekend’s National Hoops Festival

Posted by Press Release on December 13, 2017 at 11:38 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

News on Aaron Wiggins, from Wesleyan Christian Academy in High Point, and formerly of Grimsley High School and he got his start on an outdoor court at the Forest Valley outdoor basketball court in Greensboro….Aaron also used to have a small plastic basketball goal set up in his driveway and that is where he first started driving to the hole and taking on his little brother and other kids from the neighborhood…..

from SB Nation and the Maryland Minute…..
Maryland men’s basketball signees Aaron Wiggins(Wesleyan Christian Academy) and Jalen Smith faced off in the National Hoops Festival back on Sunday and were named co-MVPS in one of the highlights of the showcase.

Wiggins and his Wesleyan Christian team from North Carolina topped Smith’s local Mount St. Joe’s squad, 74-68.

The future teammates, and two-thirds of the Terps’ current 2018 class, were named co-MVPs of the game and had phenomenal performances. Wiggins scored 28 points on 10-of-20 shooting, hitting 6-of-9 behind the arc, with five rebounds to go along with two assists and a steal.

The win for Wesleyan came just a day after Wiggins put up 25 points in a losing effort against one-time Maryland Terp target and Villanova commit Brandon Slater and Paul VI.

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from 24/7 Sports on Aaron Wiggins(Wesleyan Christian Academy) at the National Hoops Festival:
There weren’t many players as dialed in as Maryland signee Aaron Wiggins was this past weekend. Playing in front of Terp fans brought out the best in the 6-foot-5 wiry guard. Wiggins was aggressive off the bounce and used his athletic ability at the rim and in transition. Perhaps where he excelled the most was with his jump shot, as he made mid-range jumpers off the bounce and catch and shoot three-pointers. Wiggins also showed a motor and potential as a defender.

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