With that in mind, the Oregon school boy has already begun taking notice of who's watching and keeping in touch as much as possible. So far it's been a half dozen who have maintained steady contact.
"I'm hearing a lot from Duke, Arizona, Kansas, and the local schools (Oregon and Oregon State) up here," Singler told TDD. "None have offered me or anything, but I do get a lot of mail and I am wide open."
Which is probably why he's on the mailing lists for other schools including Arizona State, California, Gonzaga, North Carolina, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington, Washington State among others.
Still those five schools seem to have the inside track, with the Blue Devils seeming to have a strong horse in the race.
"My dream school has always been Duke, to play for Coach K," said 6-foot-7 small forward Kyle Singler in an interview with Tracy Pierson of Scout.com in late summer, but does that still apply?
"I like Duke a lot, but I am wide open at this point," said Singler. "It's still early, though."
And right now Singler would prefer to work on improving his overall floor game and helping his high school team make a run at a title. And while he's doing that, you can bet many of the nation's best will be watching.