Focus 2014: Cameron Singletary

2014 RB Cameron Singletary led powerful Bishop Kenny in rushing this year with over 1000 yards. The Crusaders have been producing college prospects at a rapid rate; which programs are in the mix for Singletary?

The Bishop Kenny Crusaders have established themselves as a force in Florida prep football.

2013 four-star and U.S. Army All-American wide receiver Ahmad Fulwood is a Crusader, and Boston College linebacker Bobby Wolford is a product of the Jacksonville school.

Junior Cameron Singletary topped the rushing charts for this year's team with 1,001 yards on 178 carries and nine touchdowns.

"We went 10-3," said Singletary, who helped the Crusaders advance to the 5A quarterfinals (lost to eventual state champ Godby HS).

"My strengths are running low to the ground and breaking tackles. I have a 280-pound bench with 440 on squat, 260 clean and a PR of 4.58 in the 40-yard dash."

The 5-8, 180-pounder singled out a 63-yard scoring jaunt in a pivotal district win over Clay County as a memorable play from his junior campaign.

"I took a visit to Vanderbilt for the Florida game," he said. "I've been talking to Coach Jeff Scott from Clemson a lot; to Coach Woodson at Kentucky; and to Troy's running backs coach.

"Boston College asked for my transcript. I've been getting mail from a lot of places like Florida State. I don't have any frontrunners and I'm planning on camping basically anywhere and everywhere during the summer."

This past summer Singletary camped with Duke, North Carolina and North Carolina State.

The Crusaders lose Fulwood, a Florida commit, to graduation but return Singletary and 2014 QB John Wolford.

"John's getting real close to his first offer," Singletary said.

The younger brother of the aforementioned Bobby Wolford, John has been Bishop Kenny's starting quarterback since his frosh season.

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