Nick Singleton a top performer at All-American Bowl
All American Practice
It can be difficult for running backs to impress in non-contact all-star practices. That was not the case with Nick Singleton at the All-American Bowl. The 6-foot, 210-pounder is the No. 1 running back in the cycle in the On300 and On3 Consensus. He certainly played up to that ranking. Singleton has an elite burst that is on another level from any running back we’ve seen over the past two weeks. The five-star quickly gets to the second level and showed the top end speed to pull away from the secondary for long scores. We were also impressed with his pass-catching ability out of the backfield. Singleton has soft hands with the ability to adjust to inaccurate throws. He didn’t get many touches during the game, but Singleton looked like the nation’s top running back prospect in practices.