2007 forward Kyle Singler was one of the elite invitees to the 2005 USA Youth Development Festival this past week in San Diego, and the exciting Oregonian was a standout performer. The 6'8" sophomore came off the bench in four of Team USA White's five starts, yet he averaged 14.0 points in just 17.0 minutes of action per game. Singler shot 47.1% from three-point range, #1 among all U.S. players (#6 behind five international players). His shooting ability, passing acumen and overall feel for the game make him one of the top few prospects on the West Coast currently, regardless of class.
We had the chance to talk with the South Medford HS (Medford, Ore.) standout after one of his games last week, when we told us his five favorite schools. Singler's recruitment is shaping up to be the next of a growing line of Pac-10 vs. ACC battles in the Pacific Northwest.
Kyle Singler video interview - part I
Kyle Singler video interview - part II
Singler is currently ranked the #13 overall player in the 2007 class by Scout.com, and the #3 small forward.
ScoutTV: Singler USA Interview
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