"When I fly back I take out a piece of paper and jot down the pros and cons and then I do it two days after," Singler told Scout.com Tuesday night. "After my visits I'll take a look at those (pieces of paper) again."
The Medford (Ore.) South Medford product, ranked No. 4 by Scout.com, is obviously one of the most coveted prospects in the entire class. He's a priority recruit for Duke, Kansas and Arizona and he's a few weeks away from making his final decision.
"I'm going to meet after I get back in from the visit and in a week to a week and a half, I'll make my decision."
Since the summer, Duke has been tagged as the behind the scenes leader for Singler. He's been to Arizona and was impressed with the program and the people. He raved about how good their young talent is. However, if he picked the Wildcats it would certainly come off a surprise selection judging by the pulse of the situation.
"Duke is Duke," Singler said. "There are a lot of pros."
Singler indicated that he's tried to remain very even keeled throughout the entire process. "I try to go in with every school being neutral going into the visits."
This weekend he'll be in Lawrence, Kan., for Late Night. By the end of the month one of the true impact recruits in the Class of 2007 will have cast his ballot for one of the truly elite programs in America.
By the way, if you're reading this and happen to be traveling from Kansas City to Medford by plane Sunday night, do us a favor and sneak a peek at those notes.