This 2010 prospect chalked up 2,434 yards and 29 touchdowns on the ground last season to help lead…
Last year, the Scott's Branch Eagles thrived primarily off their ground game, accounting for over 4700 yards on the ground. The Eagles Offense practically ran the football at will against their opponents, and eventually hammered their way to the 2008 Class A Division II State Championship. One of the key contributors to the Eagles ground attack was running back, Quinton Singleton. Last fall Singleton rushed for over 2400 yards and 29 rushing touchdowns. Singleton will be making his return to the gridiron once again this fall, looking to lead the Eagles to another state title this season.
Quinton's success on the field carries over into the classroom. The gifted student athlete is currently holding down a 4.1 inside the classroom this year, and has already reached a qualifying score on the SAT with a 1030. With that in mind, we expect schools like Duke and Stanford to get involved with him from a recruiting standpoint, before it is all said and done.
SCPrepNation recently took a trip out to Summerton, SC to conduct a video interview with the 2010 prospect. Just click on the video link to learn more about the Palmetto State sleeper from out of Scott's Branch HS.
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