There were few players who brought the excitement and leadership that quarterback Terrence Singleton did to the Port Arthur Memorial Titans this season. Singleton is a slight figure, standing just under 6-feet and just shy of 200 pounds, but he's a very good athlete.
He was recruited by Baylor after his junior season and stayed with the Bears throughout his senior season. Singleton had eyes for other teams after leading those Titans to a state semifinal appearance against Cibolo Steele. He's a dual threat quarterback who has just as much success through the air as he did on the ground. By the end of the season, he had thrown for over 2,000 yards and rushed for over 1,500 yards.
That's not even mentioning his leadership abilities, as he took the team on his back time and time again. He won a game against Channelview in the final seconds this season and was on defense breaking up a pass in the final seconds against Clear Springs in the Class 5A area playoffs.
He has also not shied away from going to Baylor in the footsteps of Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III. In fact, Singleton is even more excited to continue the tradition RGIII started. If his high school career is any indication, Singleton will have a good shot of doing just that.
Here are some highlights of Singleton:
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