June 28, 2010
A Real Shot at Singleton?
The summer is in full swing and programs are capitalizing on the school-free three months that are currently zooming by. Oklahoma cashed in on with one of their biggest camps earlier in the month - a three-day camp that hosted many different big names over the course of six days.
Among all the talent at the camp, few made as much of an impression as wide receiver Tobias Singleton. The Madison, Miss.-native attended all three days of the camp and made his presence known on his very first opportunity in one-on-one drills where he blazed by one of the defensive backs at the camp on a fly route for a seemingly easy touchdown.
"It was real great," Singleton recalled. "I did good. I ran 4.3's in the 40 and ran my routes really good. There was a lot of competition out there, but that just made me play better. I was really satisfied."
As made clear by his 40-yard-dash times, Singleton's game is all speed and nobody at the three-day camp could seem to contain the speedster. It was no secret that the young receiver's game revolved around his speed, but Singleton also displayed good hands and route running along with being named the camp's second best performer by Jeremy Crabtree.
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