First never raise to see where you are. There are 3 reasons. For value, to fold out a worse hand, and to protect our hand. We can also have a combination of 2 or all 3.
Second you aren't assigning a real range, you are just naming a hand that beats you and something vague about draws and not knowing where you are. You should always know where you are with the information you have. As the hand progresses you will be able to narrow it down.
You haven't told us anything about his tendencies, what does he limp with? Limping UTG is very bad, would he only do this with a monster? Or does he limp call everything?
Me I'm betting the flop, for protection against draws. For value as he seems cally but I don't know, and you have a strong hand. We aren't likely to fold anything better here especially against this player.
Third it isn't WA/WB unless you have a specific read he has AA/KK/QQ. If you do you obviously check but we can't know that yet. He can have AK/Q, draws straight and flush. Definately not WA/WB.