Palmetto State RB Has Big Night!

This Palmetto State ball carrier went over the 1000-yard rushing barrier in grand fashion during week # 6 of High School football action. Get the very latest inside, regarding the gifted back from out of Scott's Branch High School.

Scott's Branch running back, Quinton Singleton, led the entire state in rushing yardage last fall with 2,434 yards. And what's even more striking is that he could very well top those astonishing numbers this season. Especially if he continues to have performances like the one he did on this past Friday night.

Going into Friday Night's contest against East Clarendon, the 5-11, 185 pound athlete reportedly had 875 yards on the ground. But after an astounding performance on the gridiron in front of the home crowd, the 2010 prospect went over the 1000-yard rushing mark with ease. "It was a pretty good night for me," Singleton told "I know I had over 200 yards rushing and 5 touchdowns all together. It was a lot of fun (laughing)."

Right now, Singleton is hearing from a number of small DI programs throughout the Southeast Region. But his recruitment should certainly pick up more steam once his senior season footage starts circulating around the country.

According to, The Item, a local area newspaper for the Sumter/Manning areas, Singleton tallied up 241 yards and 4 rushing touchdowns on just 15 carries. Singleton reportedly scored on runs of 4, 19, 29, and 32. He also returned a punt 52 yards for another score. Stay tuned for much more on this gifted talent from out of Scott's Branch High School

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