That doesn't mean that he's turned his phone off. At 6'4" and with sure hands, Singleton is on a lot of teams' radar, including TCU's. With offers on the table from Utah, Colorado State, Louisiana Tech, Houston, San Diego State, SMU and others, it's clear that he has plenty of options on the table. So have the Frogs shown recent interest and if so, is he listening?
"Yes sir, I've heard from TCU lately" answered Singleton. "I've been talking to Coach Luper from TCU."
"Really the only schools I've been talking to are Utah, the school I'm committed to, and TCU."
With signing day less than two months away, Singleton knows that he'll have to have a final decision soon. If you listen to him talk, the thought of staying home and playing for a team from Texas doesn't sound like the worst idea around.
"If TCU was to offer, I would have to sit down and talk to my mom and dad and see what the best thing for me to do is" he said. "I mean, I'm a Texas boy and I like Texas and being near my family."
Salt Lake City is a long way from Crosby, TX but don't mistake the fact that the talented receiver is listening to TCU to mean he's not excited about playing for Utah.
"It's a long way from home and I would have to get used to playing in cold weather" said Singleton. "I've never played in the snow though so I think it would be cool to get to play in the snow, it would be a new experience."
With time running out, Singleton says he wants to make sure that he's making the right decision and feels like he'll know when it's time to shut it down completely.
"I'm just going to go with the flow and see what happens" he said. "I really can't predict the future but we'll see how it goes." With Jared Cornelius signing with Arkansas today, TCU's pursuit of Singleton could get more intense in the coming weeks. Stay logged on to HornedFrogBlitz.com to see if the Frogs decide to extend an offer his way.