Just four high-major programs filled with a great deal of history and tradition remain on Kyle Singler's list of schools. The No. 6 ranked player in the class of 2007 told Rivals.com that he is in the process of scheduling a number of official visits, which will take place in the fall.
"I am going to start scheduling some official visits," said Singler. "Duke, UCLA, Kansas and Arizona are the schools that I am planning to visit. I would like to visit all four schools before I make a decision.
"Each of the final schools on my list are equal," he added. "I have already unofficially visited Duke and UCLA. I have been to both campuses, so I would like to see Kansas and Arizona before I make my final decision."
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During his junior year at South Medford High School in Medford, Ore., the 6-foot-8, 210-pound combo forward averaged 19-points, eight rebounds and three assists per game.
Schools from all across the United States traveled to Oregon in order to get a better look at Singler, the No. 2 ranked small forward in the class.
"There is a good chance that I will visit all four schools right after my senior year begins," said Singler. "If I am ready to decide before then, I will do just that.
As I said earlier, I have already been to Duke and UCLA, so I know all about those schools and their campuses," he added. "I would really like to see Kansas and Arizona before I pick a school."
Kyle Singler Scouting Report: Already a legitimate small forward, Singler can make all the plays. He is active around the basket, can lead the fast break, 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.