Last week, Deion Singleton said he was planning to visit Alabama and LSU for their summer camps, but he didn't make either trip. The result could be a big addition for the home team.
Singleton is set to attend the Jimbo Fisher Camp at Florida State this afternoon. That is good news for Seminole fans as Singleton says he is eager to checkout the camp and work with new defensive backs coach Jeremy Pruitt.
Why is anxious to meet with Pruitt?
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"I want to see if the coaches still like me," noted Singleton. "We haven't been talking lately. I want to show my face and see how the coaches coach me. I will most likely commit if the coaches want me. I want to see how they interact with me. It's a new coach and all."
Before Pruitt arrived Singleton was being recruited by former FSU secondary coach and current Kentucky coach Mark Stoops. Since that time it appears both sides cooled on each other.
When asked to put a number on the odds that he commits to FSU early?
He replied, "I would say its 75%."
Singleton has been to FSU more than any other school and he said his family wants him close to home, but it's still his decision. If he does commit to the 'Noles in July he may still take official visits in the fall.
Last fall, he led his team to a state championship. As a sophomore he collected 35 tackles, six interceptions and ten pass break ups.