July 22, 2006
The best way to describe Kyle Singler's play on the hardwood is spectacular. There is little doubt that the 6-foot-8, 210-pound small forward is going to be a star at the collegiate level, and don't be surprised if that carries over to the NBA. Now that the No. 6 ranked player in the class has completed his AAU schedule, Singler is going to spend a great deal of time thinking about his recruitment.
If you're going to build a team around any player from the class of 2007, Singler is the player to start with. Drawing comparisons to such greats as Larry Bird and Dirk Nowitzki, the five-star prospect certainly fits the profile of the current Dallas Maverick and former Boston Celtic.
As far as his recruitment goes, Singler has narrowed his list of schools down to five. Kansas, Duke, Arizona, UCLA and Washington are the only programs left standing.
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