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May 28, 2013 1:13 PM

Incoming KU freshman Andrew Wiggins thanks town that hosted him in high school

Top high school basketball recruit and incoming Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins, who lived with a host family in Huntington, W.Va., while finishing high school, wrote an open letter to the community that thanked his coaches, classmates, host family and even the janitor.

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