Rising Sophomore Drew Singleton Draws Tide

Alabama has shown interest in Drew Singleton, a rising sophomore from Paramus Catholic HS, the back-to-back NJSIAA Non-Public Group 4 Champions. 'Bama Magazine saw him perform over the weekend and spoke to both he and his coach exclusively.

Mobile linebackers displaying the speed and agility to cover in space have become a priority since the advent of no-huddle-hurry-up spread offenses implemented in recent years. A shift in recruiting tactics to sign players at the position with quick twitch attributes remains an option to counter the nuances of the scheme plaguing the Tide defense. Alabama has shown interest in Drew Singleton, a rising sophomore from Paramus Catholic HS, the back-to-back NJSIAA Non-Public Group 4 Champions.

The Paladins traveled north to scrimmage a perennial power and recent three-time title holder from the Nutmeg state, Xavier HS (Middletown, Conn.). ’BAMA Magazine/BamaMag.com met with Drew Singleton and Head Coach Chris Partridge this Saturday afternoon at Rosek-Skubel Stadium inside the Miller-Fillback Sports Complex on the campus of Middletown High School. Drew Singleton has a brother currently on the Nebraska roster. D.J. Singleton is a redshirt freshman defensive back for the Cornhuskers.

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