Kyle Singler is preparing to take the final step forward in his recruitment. The 6-foot-8, 210-pound small forward from South Medford (OR) High School took his third and final official visit to Kansas this past weekend and had an outstanding time. Rivals.com has the latest update on Singler and when a decision might be made.
It's been a hectic couple of months for Singler, the No. 4 ranked player in the class of 2007. He took an official visit to Arizona during the weekend of September 15 and was on the Duke campus a week later.
During that time, coaches from Kansas, Duke, Arizona and UCLA conducted in-home visits with Singler and his family. The No. 1 ranked small forward in the class recently returned from his third and final official visit of the year.
According to Ed Singler, Kyle's father, his son and wife had a great time in Lawrence, Kan., this past weekend. Singler arrived on campus on Thursday and returned home on Saturday.
"It has been hectic and Kyle needs some space right now to reflect on all his visits," said Singler. "In summary though, his trip to Kansas went great. Kyle really enjoyed Late Night in the Phog, as well as meeting all the coaches on the KU staff, the players, seeing the facilities and the KU campus.
"Kyle was sick on his visit, so he wasn't feeling 100%, but all in all, he had a great time," he added. "Kris also felt Kyle enjoyed his visit. Kris thought the community of Lawrence was very comfortable and could see Kyle having a wonderful experience at Kansas."
Now that Singler, a five-star prospect, had finished taking all three official visits, he is looking forward to making a decision about his future. Look for Singler to put an end to his recruitment within the next couple of weeks.
"Each of his visits were very, very positive," said Singler. "Each school and program have a tremendous amount to offer. Kyle has been fortunate to be able to have the opportunity to take these past three visits. Now, it's time for him to take some time to reflect on each of the visits and come to a decision in the next few weeks."
Kyle Singler Scouting Report: "Perhaps the most complete player in the class of 2007 as a true three position player, Singler shoots the three with a feathery touch and can also score off posting up and off the dribble. He also passes and rebounds at a high level. Also a great horizontal athlete, Singler can defend a guard as well as guard a post player." - Jerry Meyer of Rivals.com