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Rashad Vaughn thinks Andrew Wiggins will choose between UNC, Kentucky

2014 5-star shooting guard Rashad Vaughn has a scholarship offer from North Carolina. He also has a guess as to where consensus #1 recruit Andrew Wiggins will play basketball in college.

Vaughn recently opened an account at ask.fm, which is a web site Q&A platform where people can ask and respond to questions. Here are some of Vaughn's recruiting-related questions and responses:

So how was your trip to unc? Good time?
Vaughn: it was cool, and had a very good time.

What was the best thing about your UNC visit?
Vaughn: The tradition and atmosphere.

How is Roy Williams?
Vaughn: He is a great guy.

Who are your leaders? UNC is star studded.
Vaughn: no leaders right now but I know.

UNC has room for one more wing in their class now that Joel Berry and Justin Jackson have committed. You have an offer, Theo Pinson has an offer, and it looks like Devin Booker is about to get an offer. You gonna snatch up that Shooting Guard spot before one of the other guys do?
Vaughn: Its up in the air right now so idk (I don't know).

Now That Your Season Is Over Any Idea Of When You May Narrow Down Your list?
Vaughn: Working on that now.

When do you think you will you decide where you go to college?
Vaughn: Some time is the middle of my season, senior year.

Where do u think Andrew Wiggins will end up?
Vaughn: Thats a hard one but i think UNC or Kentucky.

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