A high school program that has become very familiar to Wolverine fans is Paramus (N.J.) Catholic. The Garden State powerhouse football program has produced top talent and seen some of it go on to continue their playing career in Ann Arbor like do-it-all athlete Jabrill Peppers, defensive tackle Rashan Gary and even linebackers coach (former Paramus head coach) Chris Partridge. The Paladins traveled to Ann Arbor and squared off against Baltimore (MD.) St. Frances Academy in the Big House on Friday night.
While the field was filled with future prospects, the headliner was Paramus Catholic’s senior outside linebacker Drew Singleton. The four-star recruit behind his 11 tackles helped the Paladins leave with an impressive 38-20 victory.
Not only was picking up the win sweet for Singleton, but even more sweeter with it coming in the Big House.
“You can’t do nothing but love it. All the lights, seats and everything… colors, I love everything about it,” said Singleton. “It feels very comfy.”
Singleton will be in attendance for Michigan’s season opener against Hawaii on an unofficial visit and hopes to take an official visit to Ann Arbor in the future
For more, watch the full postgame interview