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Third Team Could Be A Charm For Dorian Singer

Updated: Apr 16

To say that 2023 did not go as expected for receiver Dorian Singer can be seen as an understatement.

After two successful years with the Arizona Wildcats, the move to the University of Southern California and the chance to play with star quarterback Caleb Williams should have helped elevate his NFL draft stock and possibly made him a household figure in college football. Instead, he took a big step back in his only season with the Trojans.  

His only notable game last season came in Week 1 against San Jose State, when he registered 41 yards on four receptions. For the remainder of that season, he would never hit the 50-yard receiving mark. Singer finished the season with just 289 receiving yards and three touchdowns, a far cry from his sophomore year, when he broke out with 1,105 receiving yards and six touchdowns.

This year, Singer finds himself on his third squad, this time with the Utah Utes and quarterback Cameron Rising, who is in his seventh year. Singer might have discovered that things are far better for him now than they were a year ago. Not only does Rising pass him the ball, but seventh-year tight end Brant Kuithe is the ideal complement. He and Kuithe will both be trying to get over their disappointing seasons.

Presumably, Singer would want nothing more to do with the transfer portal after this season. With a vibrant football culture around him, nurtured by legendary head coach Kyle Whittingham, he looks to be in a position to redeem himself and move his career in the right path.

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