Wiggins averaged 25.6 points and 5.3 assists per game this season and was named the I-Meck Conference Player of the Year.
In just two years at North, after transferring from Lake Norman Charter, Wiggins scored more than 1,000 points.
Jamion Christian, a former Mountaineers player and Virginia Commonwealth University assistant coach, was named as Mountaineers head coach last week.
Locals filling up East-West rosters
Senior student-athletes from Hopewell, Hough and North Meck highs have combined to give the area representatives in all five East-West All-Star Games this summer in Greensboro.
As previously reported, Hough boys' soccer player Nathaniel Goodwin has been selected, as has North Meck football player Terrence Clyburn. Former North coach Mike Bradley is listed as an assistant coach in the football game.
This week, the three northern Mecklenburg schools added four more athletes to the annual games for the state's seniors. The I-Meck Conference Players of the Year in basketball, Hopewell's Shareé Boyd and North Meck's Shivaughn Wiggins, were chosen. And Hough's Hannah Robinson and Allison Stearns were selected for the girls' soccer game.
Stearns, Robinson and Goodwin are Hough's first-ever selections, this year being the the school's first senior class. Boyd is just the second Hopewell girl to be chosen for the basketball game, following Hannah Early from last year. Wiggins is North's first boys' basketball selection since Kyle Gaillard in 2009.
The East-West games, sponsored by the N.C. Coaches Association, are set for the week of July 16.