As for the younger Singleton, he was a man of few words in our talk with him but did list his current offers.
"I want to say about 13 ... (including) Washington State, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Florida, LSU, Navy," said Singleton, adding that Boise State has been showing interest and may offer, with the UW also showing interest.
An article in the Tri-Cities Herald last week said Singleton expects to ultimately choose in February between LSU, Tennessee, Kentucky, Boise State, Washington State and Washington, and Singleton confirmed that in the conversation with CF.C. When asked who among that group was standing out most, he named Kentucky, Washington State and Boise State.
But he said he doesn't plan on making his decision until right around Signing Day.
"It's a process," added Lionel.
THE YOUNGER SINGLETON some of the offering schools like him at safety, some at corner, with Wazzu recruiting him as a safety. Scout.com ranks him as a 3-star safety prospect in the 2014 class, placing him No. 44 nationally.
"Washington State, they have a good coaching staff, they're rebuilding but they're playing good right now," said Singleton.
SINGLETON IS playing pretty well himself at Chiawana at cornerback and receiver, where through nine games he had 33 receptions for 739 yards and 5 TDs. It's his first season playing wideout.
His tackle numbers on the year weren't available but he does have an interception return for score.
Chiawana, a 4A school that competes in a 4a/3A conference, is ranked No. 5 in the state by the Associated Press. Singleton and Chiawana begin their state title playoff quest on Saturday, hosting Moses Lake at 1 p.m.