The University of Maryland men’s basketball team got their first official member of its 2018 class when four-star small forward Aaron Wiggins signed his National Letter of Intent Wednesday morning at Wesleyan Christian Academy.
— Wesleyan Basketball (@WCA_Basketball) November 8, 2017
The High Point, North Carolina native originally committed to the Terps last June and is the first commit to sign his letter of intent and is expected to be joined by other 2018 Maryland commits five-star power forward Jalen Smith and four-star combo guard Eric Ayala in the coming days.
Wiggins is the No. 41 player in the country and the No. 10 small forward according to 247Sports Composite rankings.
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