Patience pays off for WR Kendrick Singleton

Baker County receiver Kendrick Singleton didn’t know where he was going to play college football two weeks ago. A coaching change at Southern Miss had essentially washed out his offer there, so he just kept on waiting for something to surface. It came last week when North Carolina made him an offer. Singleton verbally committed on Saturday and officially signed his letter of intent on Wednesday. (Florida Times-Union)

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