Paul Biancardi, who is ESPN.com’s director of basketball recruiting, professes no inside knowledge into the decision-making process of Andrew Wiggins, the country’s No. 1 high school prospect who has a final list of Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina and Florida State.

“I have no idea where he is going to go. I will tell you that everybody who is recruiting him thinks the other guy is getting him. Nobody feels comfortable that they are getting him. It’s because he keeps everything so close to himself,” Biancardi said Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse.

The former Wright State head coach spent the weekend coaching at Bill Self’s Fantasy Basketball Experience.

“I think he’s shut it down,” Biancardi added of Wiggins, a 6-foot-7 senior forward from Huntington (W. Va.) Prep. “Nobody really knows where they are standing.”

Wiggins has yet to report when he will sign and how he will announce. The last day of the spring signing period is May 15.

“It’s never been expressed,” Biancardi said of Wiggins possibly wanting to announce on ESPN. “He isn’t talking to anybody. That could change at the last minute, or he could just put it on Twitter like everyone else.”