A 6-foot-4 guard capable of playing both backcourt positions, Singer averaged 34 points, seven rebounds, and seven assists as a junior.
"I'm a big combo guard who can score as well as set up guys," said Singer. "I can run a team and I try to make others better but also score when I need to."
He also turned heads while suiting up for Gold Coast on the AAU tour.
"I didn't get invited to any of the major camps, but I played well on AAU," Singer stated. "I've been working out recently getting ready for Indianapolis. We have an event coming up there and then we will play in the Peach State Showcase and AAU nationals down in Orlando."
Singer knows that he has become a hot commodity on the recruiting trail.
"Actually, recruiting is going great," he said. "Right now I have offers from Virginia Tech, Kansas State, Auburn, Penn State, Boston College, Richmond, Davidson, USF, Central Florida, and Miami.
"I'm also getting major interest from Stanford, Cal, Wake, NC State, Indiana, Harvard, Tennessee, and Pittsburgh. It's been eye-opening. I haven't started to focus on it yet though... I've just been playing."
NC State assistant Rob Moxley is recruiting Singer for the Wolfpack. While NC State has yet to offer, Singer says that the staff has indicated they are very interested.
"I've been talking to NC State a lot actually for the past couple of weeks," he said. "They really like my game and think I can come in as a freshman and contribute as a point guard. Coach Moxley saw me in Pittsburgh and said he really liked me but coach Gottfried hasn't had a chance to see me play yet. He's going to be watching me in July.
"I'm still learning about them, but I know they had a great recruiting class this year and made the Sweet 16. They have everyone back so they should have a very good year."
Singer has yet to take any major visits but wants to do that starting in August. He mentioned potentially taking a trip to North Carolina and visiting NC State, Wake Forest, and Davidson.
"I've talked about that with my mom," said Singer. "We'd go visit those three schools because they are pretty close together. If I take unofficial visits, they are going to be those types... where I can go to multiple schools."
Singer isn't in any rush to make a decision but did say one could come in the fall.
"Right now, I'm wide open," he said. "I'm going to listen to everybody and find what fits me best. I'm looking to play in a strong conference with a good major... right now I think I want to get into coaching so I'd have to find a major that leads me to that.
"I think I'm going to start narrowing it down in August or September and then take my five official visits. Hopefully at that point I'll be ready to decide so I can sign in November."