Chiawana's Singleton Chooses WSU

<p>Photo Courtesy: WSU&nbsp;</p>

Photo Courtesy: WSU&nbsp;

Chiawana High School safety and wide receiver Deion Singleton, who received multiple scholarship offers from major college football programs, opts for Washington State, where he will play safety. 

Below is the blurb on Singleton posted on the WSU web site: 

 

as a SENIOR, played for Chiawana High School in Pasco, Wash.…led CHS to 4A State title…named All-Class All-State by the Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune…named Tri-City Herald Player of the Year and Mid-Columbia Conference Most Valuable Player…named All-Area First Team at wide receiver and defensive back…caught 45 passes for 838 yards and nine touchdowns…picked off four passes on defense…rated three stars by ESPN.com, 247sports.com and Scout.com…rated No. 18 safety prospect in the country and No. 3 overall prospect in Washington by ESPN.com…named a red chip prospect, one of Washington’s top-16 prospects by The Seattle Times…named one of five Northwest Nuggets (top prospects in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska) by the Tacoma News Tribune…one of the seven defensive backs named to The Western 100 by The News Tribune...older brother Lionell, played football for Florida International and currently plays for Tri-Cities Fever of the Indoor Football League.