It looks like Michigan target Drew Singleton has had his high school career come to an abrupt end.
The 2017 linebacker tore his ACL during a game last weekend, the Bergen Record reported. Playing for Paramus Catholic (N.J) in a game in Ann Arbor, Mich., Singleton suffered an injury last week. The full extent was disclosed this week.
Singleton is one of Michigan’s top targets in the 2017 class. The four-star prospect is rated as the third-best outside linebacker in the 2017 class and the best player in the state of New Jersey by 247 Sports.
Singleton, 6-foot-2, 217 pounds, had a long offer sheet which he trimmed to 12 in the summer. Other than Michigan, he is still considering Penn State, Clemson, Alabama, LSU, Auburn, Georgia, Tennessee, Cal, Maryland, Rutgers and Pitt.
According to 247, Singleton has taken unofficial visits to Auburn, Alabama and Clemson this month.