Highlights: Drew Singleton vs IMG Academy

Paramus (N.J.) Catholic LB Drew Singleton can play on the edge or in the middle, and is best when playing downhill and filling run gaps. Singleton is physical, and he locates the ball in traffic and he pursues well. He can get to the sideline, and he has quick feet. He finishes plays well and understands how to run a defense. -- Brian Dohn

Paramus (N.J.) Catholic may have come out on the short end of the stick in its 28-20 loss to IMG last week, but Drew Singleton definitely left his imprint on the game.  With scores of college coaches in attendance the four-star linebacker wreaked havoc all over the field.   

“I play my game no matter who is watching,” Singleton said confidently.  “I’ll play the game with nobody in the stands and no coaches here. I play like I love the game. I don’t play for nobody else except the love of my game.”

“I always play sideline to sideline. I like to run and I like to chase them down.”

The Paladins star has been doing just that all season.  Most that have observed him action agree that the talented youngster had taken his game to another level this season.

“I put on 15 pounds (and) I grew an inch (since last year), so I’m just more physical,” said Singleton.  “I’m a lot stronger and a lot faster. I ran track in the offseason so I’m a lot faster and a lot bigger so that helped my game.”

For the latest on Singleton’s recruitment premium members be sure to check out his interview with The Michigan Insider here.


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