Paramus (N.J.) Catholic took on Baltimore (MD.) St. Frances Academy in the Big House on Friday night. The Paladins trailed at halftime 14-13, but stymied the Panthers offensive attack in the second half in large part thanks to senior linebacker Drew Singleton. The 6-foot-2, 214-pounder displayed good instincts and physicality throughout the game. He showed his ability to go sideline to sideline and pursuit to the ball. Singleton is rated as the top outside linebacker on the East Coast and holds offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Rutgers and Michigan amongst many others.
Highlights: Singleton Stands Out In Big House
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