Here's today's sign of just how high the hype about Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins the projected No. 1 pick in next June's much-hyped draft is. Bleacher Report reports that shoe companies are lining up to make unreasonable offers for the youngster forward the second he announces he'll be leaving school for the draft. How unreasonable? How about $180 million over ten years?

Three sources told Bleacher Report that Adidas has pegged Wiggins as their prime target—and they would be willing to open up the bank for him. Of course no meetings or official offers can be made until Wiggins declares for the 2014 draft after his season at Kansas.

"(Adidas) is easily the front-runner 100 percent" said Rich Lopez the publisher of the popular sneaker website

"From what I'm hearing (Adidas) is really high on him" an industry source said. "I've heard a range for sure from like $140 to $180 million for like 10 years. That's a big deal for a kid coming out of school because most rookie deals are probably like four years."

"I'm hearing from people at Kansas that he's got a $180 million offer supposedly coming from Adidas" a source close to Wiggins' inner circle said. "But I also heard that Nike is going to match anything."