WR Jeremy Singleton Making a Name for Himself

New Orleans (LA) Brother Martin High School is where many college coaches across the country will find themselves during the May evaluation period. The Texas Longhorns landed one of the premier tight ends in the country in 2016 when Peyton Aucoin inked with Texas.

Athlete Jeremy Singleton plays wide receiver and cornerback for Brother Martin.  The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Singleton holds offers from Arizona, Ball State, Nicholls State, Tulane, Vanderbilt and his most recent offer is from the Arkansas Razorbacks. 

“The last three years I totaled over 2200 receiving yards (993 last season),” Jeremy Singleton said.  “I hold all receiving records at my school.  Overall I'm still exploring my options trying to make sure I find the best fit for me academically and on the field. I want to make an immediate impact as a true freshman. Right now I'm focusing on Kansas State, Northwestern, Kansas, Arizona, Vanderbilt and Arkansas, if I receive more offers, there will be more schools I'm focusing on. 

Singleton has visited Northwestern, Texas and Tulane so far. 

“Some major factors will be the type of offensive system I'm going to play in, academics, and who's coming into school with me,” Singleton said. 

What makes Singleton a dangerous wide receiver?

"Top three things I can do is win one-on-one battles with corners and safeties, yards after the catch I think is my biggest and I'm quick and fast so I can make a lot of plays with the ball in my hands,” Singleton said.  “Lastly, I think being able to play slot and outside will help me out, being able to move around in the offense.”

Singleton has a lot of respect for Charlie Strong.

“Overall I think Coach Strong is a good guy,” Singleton said.  “I think he is bringing that Texas winning tradition back soon.”

Brother Martin is also home to a pair of four-star prospects, brothers, Bruce Jordan-Swilling and Tre Swilling.  Both could get attention from the Longhorns as the recruiting cycle continues. 


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