Five-star Singler down to four

Only four schools remain in the hunt for the services of Kyle Singler, the No. 4 ranked player in the class of 2007. Just when it looked like UCLA, Duke, Arizona and Kansas were the teams to beat for the five-star prospect, he removed one school and added other. Singler plans to take some visits before he makes a final decision about his future.
"Yes, I have cut my list of schools down to four," said Singler. "Kansas, North Carolina, UCLA and Duke are the final schools on my list. Arizona is a school that I am no longer considering. The four schools that I mentioned are the final schools on my list."
Singler, the 6-foot-8, 210-pound small forward from South Medford High School in Medford, Ore., plans to take some visits before he ultimately selects one of the four aforementioned schools.
After averaging 19.0-points, eight rebounds and three assists during his junior year at South Medford High School, it should come as no surprise that Singler has so many options to consider.
Now that his final four list is complete, Singler plans to visit the schools on his list in order to get a better feel for each program.
"The list is still loose," said Singler. "I don't have any favorites or leaders out of the four. "I just want to visit the four schools and get a better feel for the colleges and what college is all about. I just need to take some visits to Kansas, Duke, North Carolina and UCLA to see what each program is like.
"I don't know when those visits will take place, but I do intend to visit each before I pick a school," he added. "I am looking forward to getting a better look at each school and will go from there after that."
Kyle Singler Scouting Report: Already a legitimate small forward, Singler can make all the plays. He is active around the basket, can lead the fastbreak, can shoot the three ball and can even run the point guard position in a pinch. With a great feel for the game, he only needs to gain strength and continue his natural progression to maintain his status as an elite prospect. - Jerry Meyer