Aaron Wiggins is one of the most talented guards in the 2018 class.
On Wednesday, the Maryland commit was invited to participate in the SC30 Select Camp that is hosted by Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry. This is the fourth installment of the two-time NBA MVP’s camp and will take place from August 6-8 in the Bay Area.
Curry will work with several high-profile recruits and will be joined by his brother and former Duke guard Seth Curry. ESPN college basketball analysts Jay Bilas and Fran Fraschilla will serve as coaches at the event.
Maryland targets Devon Dotson (Providence Day School, NC) and Keldon Johnson (Oak Hill Academy, Va.) will also be participating in Curry’s camp.
Wiggins is currently part of Maryland’s two-man 2018 class that also includes Mount Saint Joseph (Md.) big man Jalen Smith. According to 247Sports, the Terrapins’ class is ranked No. 7 in the country and the third-best in the Big Ten.
Coach Mark Turgeon definitely seemed to know what he wanted in this class. He offered Wiggins back in September and never slowed down his pursuit of the North Carolina guard.
It also didn’t hurt that Wiggins was coached by former Maryland point guard Keith Gatlin at Wesleyan Christian.
Melo Trimble was also invited to Curry’s camp back in 2015 following his freshman season. Trimble served as a camp counselor along with former college stars Demetrius Jackson, Bryant McIntosh, and Isaiah Whitehead.
This should be a great opportunity for Wiggins to learn under one of the most accomplished NBA players of our time. It’ll better serve Wiggins for when he arrives in College Park next summer.