Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Kyle Singler Still Considering UCLA

By Bruin Basketball Report

High school forward Kyle Singler (Jr, 6'8), who plays for South Medford in Oregon and is a top ranked player in the recruiting class of 2007, is considering Westwood.

Below is an article about Singler's interest in playing at UCLA and a couple of local area newspapers articles on Singler's style of play this season:

"My top schools are Duke, Kansas, Arizona, UCLA and Oregon," said Singler, the No. 4 ranked prospect in the class of 2007. "There are a couple schools that I like the best right now, but for different reasons. So it is hard to say who my favorite is." One of those favorites is a storied program from the ACC, the other a storied program in the Pac-10. Rivals.com

"The thing about Kyle," said Murphy, "Kyle is not about scoring a lot of points. Kyle’s just about playing the game, playing it hard and playing it well, and that’s what he did. There’s no question in my mind he gets just as much pleasure off a pass as he does a basket." Oregon Mail Tribune

Singler, a 6-foot-8 junior forward, is being hailed as one of the nation's top prep recruits, drawing the attention of Oregon coach Ernie Kent and Duke assistant Steve Wojciechowski on Friday. "It's just a pleasure to have them come all the way out here to watch me," said Singler, listed by rivals.com as the nation's No. 4 recruit for the class of 2007. "I just want to play hard and play my game and get a win." The Register-Guard



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