Andrew Wiggins is in Philadelphia.
Monday morning the possible future Sixer paid a visit to the team's practice facility. What time Wiggins arrived at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is unclear. He was not seen entering the building.
The Kansas product did leave PCOM via a back door shortly before 1 p.m. Wiggins got into a black SUV with Sixers center Nerlens Noel. The two were chauffeured away.
Courtney Witte, the Sixers' director of player personnel, was the only other person associated with the team seen walking out the back door. He did not get in the SUV with Wiggins and Noel.
Wiggins is expected to be a top-three pick when the June 26 draft takes place. The Sixers have the third and 10th picks in the draft. They also have five second-round picks.
The Sixers have been conducting private workouts with draft prospects. Wiggins’ arrival in town became public when Comcast SportsNet's John Clark tracked him down at the Philadelphia International Airport Sunday night.
Wiggins visit to the Sixers’ practice facility this morning was a logical assumption. While waiting to see or talk to Wiggins, PCOM security guards told gathered reporters and autograph seekers that we were on private property and had to leave the premises.
The Sixers organization did not immediately respond when asked if PCOM security acted at their request.