Penn State has extended an offer Dorian Singer, a receiver who entered the transfer portal after two seasons with Arizona.
Blessed to receive an opportunity to play at Penn State. pic.twitter.com/lnLKCkQlXx
— Dorian singer (@dorian_singer1) December 6, 2022
This past season, Singer eclipsed 1,000 yards receiving.
He went for 1,105 yards— best in the PAC-12– and 6 touchdowns on 66 catches, helping Arizona improve from 1-11 in 2021 to 5-7 in ‘22.
Singer entered the transfer portal Monday, the day it opened. He’s already received offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Colorado, Miami, Utah and Penn State. Penn State will be looking to replace the production of Mitchell Tinsley and, perhaps, Parker Washington. Tinsley (45 REC, 528 yards, four touchdowns) is out of college eligibility after this season. Washington (46 catches, 611 yards, two touchdowns) has the option to come back, but could declare for the draft as well.
Even if Washington returns, it wouldn’t hurt Penn State to have depth at receiver, so the Singer offer is big. KeAndre Lambert-Smith, who, at the moment, is Penn State’s No. 2 option for 2023 if Washington comes back, had 21 catches for 265 yards and three scores this year and didn’t produce consistently. Harrison “Trey” Wallace started Penn State’s last two games after Washington suffered a season-ending injury, but is still inexperienced, as are Class of 2022 receivers such as Kaden Saunders and Omari Evans.
Singer is from St. Paul, Minnesota, but played high school football at Pinnacle High School in Phoenix. He was a three-star recruit according to 247Sports’ composite rankings.