Solid Offer Sheet for Singleton

Tobias Singleton from Madison Central High School (Madison, Miss.) is a big-time playmaker and his list of scholarship offers is evidence of that. Notre Dame hasn't jump into the race as of yet, but they may do so soon.

Tobias Singleton (6-foot-2, 190-pounds) has the playmaking ability at wide receiver that Irish fans have become accustom to over the past five years. Brian Kelly and his staff haven't extended Singleton a scholarship offer at this time, but he's willing to give the Irish a look if they do.

"They've been sending me a lot of letters. They've sent me stuff that told me about the college and the academics, but I haven't talked to them lately. I forgot what coach came down, but they came to the school in the spring. I have to give them a call to see if they're going to give me an offer.

If the Irish don't extend an offered, Singleton with have plenty of college options. He currently holds offers from Georgia, Oklahoma, Penn State, UCLA, Alabama, Arkansas, Ole Miss, MSU, USM, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma State.

"I'm wide open as of right now," he said. "All the teams are head-to-head. Even though I've gotten to know the coaches at UCLA, Alabama, Ole Miss and Mississippi State, they're head-to-head, and I'm still open. I don't have any favorites. I'll start knocking schools out during football season and then make my announcement on signing day.

"On June 3, I'm going to Oklahoma. I'm going to Georgia, Oklahoma, State, UCLA, Ole Miss and Mississippi State sometime this summer."

If Notre Dame does opt to extend an offer to Singleton, the Irish do have a few aspects about the program that have caught his attention.

"I watched them a couple times on TV, but I really don't know much about them," Singleton explained. "I do know they throw the ball a lot and they have good receivers. I watched Cincinnati a couple times. I remember that they throw the ball a lot. That's very important, because I don't want to go to a school where I'm know that I'm going to be blocking 90 percent of the time. I want to go to a school that will mix it up 50/50. As long as they throw the ball I'll be all right. I want to go to a school that evens it out.

"I want to go to a college where I know that I will have a chance to play. I know Notre Dame just had a receiver that went to the pros and if I go there I think that I'd have a good chance to start."

As a junior, Singleton recorded 890 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns on 55 catches. Top Stories