Another newcomer easing the
concerns of depth in the secondary is Chris Singleton, a burner from
Speed is one of Singleton's specialties – his personal best 40 time is 4.28.
So far Singleton said he's been
adjusting well to life in
"It's hot [in
Singleton was a first-team
all-state selection in
The 5-foot-11, 185 pound Singleton said another ISU corner has taken him under his wings and helped him out during practices.
"We've been friends ever since 6th grade," he said. "We've been playing football together since 9th grade. I choose to go here because Stephon was here."
"They're getting lots of work and we're giving them lots of chances right now to play this year," McCarney said. "We're trying to see them and put them in challenging situations. [They're getting] lots of practice. Those are two of the leading candidates to have a chance to play this year."
This mornings scrimmage will be an important indicator of what things will come for the two.
"Both of those kids have done a real nice job," McCarney said. "There's no question they'll be really good players in the future and their future might start in two weeks."