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Penn State’s Four-Star RB Commit Nick Singleton Named County Player of the Year

Graphic from Nicholas Singleton Twitter

Governor Mifflin’s Nicolas Singleton has put together a banner season of high school football, helping to lead the Mustangs to a 10-0 record and a spot in the PIAA Class 5-A quarterfinals (district championship appearance) against Exeter Township this weekend.

For Singleton’s efforts, he’s been named as the Berks County Football Player of the Year — for the second consecutive season. And it’s runs like those highlighted by Garage Strength’s edit that showcase Singleton’s all-around dominance this season.

Singleton has rushed for 2,019 yards and 42 touchdowns in just 10 games this season for Pennsylvania’s second-ranked high school team, according to MaxPreps. He was named as a first-team running back, obviously, and kick returner in Berks County.

As a 6-foot-0, 210-pound running back with speed and power in spades, Singleton has averaged more than a first down with every run this season, running over opposing linebackers and outracing opposing cornerbacks.

Governor Mifflin’s contest against Exeter Township is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 26 at 7 p.m. at Governor Mifflin Stadium.

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