Chalk up the Minnesota Gophers as the latest offer for 2013 Florida guard Sam Singer, per recruiting analyst Alex Kline. The three-star PG/SG (fits better at the point) is one of the best ten recruits in the state of Florida and a top 40 point guard overall. The talented combo guard is one of the best 150 recruits in the 2013 class and averaged an insane 34-7-7 line last year for Ransom Everglades.
Sam Singer has been busy lighting it up in Miami, and he has quite a bit of offers under his belt. Along with Minnesota, Auburn, Boston College, Davidson, Kansas State, Nebraska, N.C. State, Oklahoma State, Penn State, Richmond, South Carolina, USF, UCF, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, USC, FIU, Boston, Florida Gulf Coast, Jacksonville, and FIU have offered him.
Count Alabama, Connecticut, DePaul, George Mason, Harvard, Indiana, Maryland, Memphis, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh (coach Jamie Dixon was watching him last week), Princeton, Stanford, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, and Virginia as interested teams.
As you can see, there are so many teams who are looking at Sam Singer and weighing how they want to use one of the top 50 recruits in the southeast schematically. At 6’4″, 185 pound, Singer has terrific size and looks like he can succeed as a true combo guard. He is a versatile, good all-around guard whose best asset is his three-point shot that allows him to score in bunches (34.1 PPG). As you can see by his stat line, Singer does a little bit of everything and fills up the stat sheet. Count him as one of the top combo guards in this recruiting class, and he has a vast amount of teams who are looking at him to prove it.
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