Go over all the things he did well in high school and appreciated.

Wiggins gained national attention as one of the top high school basketball players in the United States. His performances consistently garnered headlines and praise from scouts, coaches, and media outlets. 

Wiggins was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year in 2013, an honor bestowed upon the top high school basketball player in the country. This award recognized his outstanding skill, athleticism, and impact on the court. 

1. He was also honored as the Naismith Prep Player of the Year in 2013, further solidifying his status as the premier high school basketball player in the nation. This award is given annually to the top high school basketball player in the United States. 2. 

Wiggins was selected to play in the prestigious McDonald's All-American Game in 2013, an exhibition featuring the nation's top high school basketball talent. His inclusion in this showcase event highlighted his status as one of the most highly regarded prospects in his class. 

 In addition to the McDonald's All-American Game, Wiggins participated in the Jordan Brand Classic, another elite high school basketball showcase. His invitation to this event underscored his reputation as a top-tier talent.

 While playing for Huntington Prep in West Virginia, Wiggins helped lead his team to success on the court. Although Huntington Prep did not compete in traditional high school state championships, they participated in national tournaments and showcased Wiggins' ability to elevate his team's performance.

Wiggins set numerous scoring records during his high school career, demonstrating his scoring prowess and offensive versatility. His ability to score from anywhere on the court made him a constant threat to opposing defenses. 

Wiggins' high school achievements had a significant impact on the college basketball recruiting landscape. He was pursued by many of the top NCAA Division I programs, with coaches vying for the opportunity to add his talent to their rosters.