Drew Singleton, a four-star outside linebacker from Paramus, NJ (Paramus Catholic) released his top 12 schools over the weekend and included LSU in the mix.

His top schools are Alabama, LSU, Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia, Michigan, Cal, Clemson, Pitt, Maryland, Rutgers and Penn State.

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The 6-2, 215-pound prospect is rated the No. 3 OLB in the country and the No. 1 overall player from New Jersey for 2017, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.

For more info on Singleton, visit his profile page on our 2017 Recruiting Tracker.
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floyd of pink94 months
He basically just listed a conference
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GetmorewithLes94 months
Coach put some time in on this kid last year during the Rashan Gary Sweepstakes. I watched his team play on TV last season due to the Gary recruitment and Singleton stood out very well as a junior. The commentators were already talking about him then. I think he has legit interest in LSU but I don't think we get him just due to the proximity. I would guess Big10 somewhere. Two of his teammates and a ex coach are already at Michigan.
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Mansa Musa94 months
some of these kids have 40-50 offers. This is in a way letting recruiting staffs know where they stand so that they can focus that attention elsewhere.
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hill durham94 months
only 12 why not 24.
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tigerfan580394 months
Top 12? Look, I am not one of these guys who really has a problem with High School kids making a big deal out of their recruitment, I would probably do the same thing had I been talented enough to warrant a scholarship...but a top 12 is pretty hilarious....why not wait till you've at least got it down to 5
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SECdragonmaster94 months
Why 12? You need to cast a wide net to catch a fish. When I say "fish", I mean a old white guy with a million dollars that REALLY wants you to go to his school.
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