"I've been talking a lot to coach Moxley," said Singer. "He and coach Gottfried were at I think all of my games in Indianapolis, and after that they told my AAU coach they wanted to offer me a scholarship. I was able to talk to coach Gottfried [on Saturday], and he offered me over the phone.
"I think I played my normal game, creating for myself and others. I feel like it was more about coach Gottfried finally seeing me play than me playing any differently."
What was Gottfried's pitch to Singer?
"Coach Gottfried told me that he enjoyed watching me play," said Singer. "He liked how I could play either the point or two-guard spot. He likes how I can score and create shots for myself or others.
"Coach Gottfried said he wants me to be a part of his program and that they are trying to win a national championship. We talked about maybe taking a visit there early in August before they leave for their international trip or afterwards."
Singer, who also holds offers from Nebraska, Virginia Tech, Kansas State, Auburn, Penn State, Boston College, Richmond, Davidson, USF, and Central Florida, says he is impressed with the Wolfpack.
"It means a lot that they offered me," Singer said. "I'm extremely happy about it. It's a great academic school and coach Gottfried did a great job last year. They brought in a strong recruiting class and are committed to winning a national championship."
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."
Singer recently attended team camps at Miami and Cal-Berkley and took an unofficial visit to Stanford. He maintains that he is wide open and in no hurry to make a decision.
"I'm still open, no leaders," he said. "I'm going to keep playing and do the best that I can this month and I can try to start to narrow it down after AAU is over. After that I could start taking some unofficial visits."