Malachi Singleton’s stock as a 2023 recruit has been steadily rising this recruiting cycle.
On Monday, the four-star quarterback prospect out of Georgia came to his commitment conclusion, and he’s elected to stay in the SEC. Singleton’s decision was broadcast on CBS Sports HQ; with his finalists being Arkansas, Georgia, Miami and UCF.
Luckily for head coach Sam Pittman, the No. 18 overall QB will be a Razorback.
Arkansas football recruiting: QB Malachi Singleton commits as Hogs continue to build strong 2023 classhttps://t.co/me1OtPSolt
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) April 25, 2022
Singleton’s commitment to Arkansas vaults the program’s 2023 recruiting class from No. 6 in the conference to the two-spot. As of right now, the Razorbacks have 11 players in next year’s class as they look to build on 2021’s 9-4 record.
At 6-foot-1, 220-pounds, Malachi Singleton has drawn comparisons to former Alabama and Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts.
Arkansas lands its QB as Georgia native Malachi Singleton announces his commitment.
Razorbacks currently have the #2 recruiting class in the SEC https://t.co/c7jW7lbKCI
— SEC Mike (@MichaelWBratton) April 25, 2022
Over the last two seasons, Singleton threw for 3,967 yards and 39 touchdowns. Adding over 2,000 yards and 40-plus touchdowns on the ground; leading North Cobb to consecutive regional titles in the process.
Singleton was named the 2021 Cobb County Offensive Player of the Year; as well as Georgia’s 3-AAAAAA Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore in 2020.
The Georgia-native is described by scouts as a “true duel-threat” with a knack for making the big play.
The post Fast Rising QB Recruit Malachi Singleton Announces Commitment appeared first on The Spun.