The biggest high school basketball recruit in all of the land is also the biggest enigma.

His name is Andrew Wiggins. He's a Canadian but has spent the past two years, growing his game and subsequently his fame stateside at West Virginia's Huntington Prep.

But a day after Jabari Parker, the nation's second-best recruit and also a certainty to be among the first players chosen in the 2014 NBA Draft should he declare after his first year of college signed a national letter of intent to play at Duke, Wiggins has yet to give as much as a lean as to where he might play college ball weeks after the spring signing period began.

So, now is as good a time as any to examine the four schools on the consensus National Player of the Year's short list. No one knows the day nor the hour when the tight-lipped, 6-foot-7, 205-pound phenomenon scouts are describing as the game's most promising prospect since LeBron James.

Kentucky: No, absolutely not. It would not be fair for the Wildcats to wind up with him. The Wildcats already have McDonald's All-Americans in what some analysts are calling the greatest recruiting class in the history of college basketball. The group consists of twin brothers Andrew and Aaron Harrison, the nation's top point guard and shooting guard as well as small forwards James Young, Marcus Lee, bruising power forward Julius Randle and the country's top center Brooklyn, N.Y. product Dakari Johnson.

The truth is he'd be the best player even on a stacked roster which also includes 2012-2013 holdovers forwards Alex Poythress, Kyle Wiltjer and center Willie Cauley-Stein. And where else could he play against NBA-level competition day in and day out in practice.

But life isn't fair.

Florida State: This one might seem like the oddest among the quartet which includes several perennial powers. However, to many it might the most logical if for no other reason than familial ties. Both of his parents are Seminoles. His father Mitchell averaged 23 points and nine boards a game in two seasons in garnet and gold before going on to the NBA in the early 1980s. His mother Marita Payne-Wiggins ran track at FSU. She won a pair of silver medals in the 1984 Olympics.

It's in his blood and he'd have the chance make history. The Seminoles have only reached the Sweet 16 twice since joining the ACC in the 1991-1992 season.

North Carolina: He'd be the headliner with a little more help in a program and conference rich in hoops tradition under Roy Williams. North Carolina also has commitments from small forward Isaiah Hicks, center Kennedy Meeks, both Carolina kids and All-Americans to boot, and Oak Hill (Va.) point guard Nate Britt. Wiggins' arrival in Chapel Hill would likely move Hicks out of contention for a spot in the starting lineup. With a roster that will also include forward James Michael McAdoo and shooting guard P.J. Hairston, making them an immediate national title contender.

Kansas: If Kansas is going to return to the Sweet 16, they're going to need a scorer such as Wiggins. The Jayhawks won the Big 12 in 2012-2013 but will be without each of its top five scorers from a team which finished 31-6.

Freshman shooting guard Ben McLemore (15.9 ppg) declared for the draft and could be the top overall pick while Jeff Withey (13.7 ppg), Travis Releford (11.9 ppg), Elijah Johnson (9.9 ppg) and Kevin Young (7.8 ppg) were all seniors.

Kansas is bringing in All-Americans 6-5 shooting guard Wayne Selden, 7-foot center Joel Embiid, Brannen Greene, sharp-shooting point guard Connor Frankcamp, point guard Frank Mason and recently secured the services of Arkansas transfer Hunter Mickelson, a 6-10 forward, but he'll have to sit out a year and likely would never play with Wiggins.

Wiggins would help continue Kansas' legacy of Bill Self and lead what could be an exciting young team.

He cancelled scheduled visits with Kansas, North Carolina and Kansas after a three-week stretch during which he lived out of a suitcase while playing in all-star games in Chicago, New York and Portland. But both his high school coach and brother, Wichita State's Nick Wiggins, both have said he hasn't made a decision.

Check out highlights from Andrew Wiggins' senior year to see what all the fuss is about in the clip below.