Andrew Wiggins, one of the most sought-after high school prospects in the last decade, will end his recruiting process on Tuesday, May 14.
Rather than holding a press conference, he will sign a letter of intent in front of friends and family.
Wiggins, a Canadian who attends high school at Huntington Prep in West Virginia, is the No. 1 player in the class of 2013. A super-athletic 6'7, 205-pound wing player, he is considered by many recruiting analysts to be the best high school prospect since LeBron James.
If Wiggins signed with Kentucky, he would be the final piece to what many consider the best recruiting class of all-time.
A commitment to either Kansas or UNC, meanwhile, would push the school into the pre-season Top 5.
Florida State, despite lacking the basketball pedigree of his other finalists, may have the inside track. His parents, a former NBA player and an Olympic medalist, met while attending school in Tallahassee.