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Ready for redemption

Tobias Singleton (JSU athletics) Tobias Singleton (JSU athletics)
JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Tobias Singleton was one of the most highly recruited players in Mississippi coming out of Madison Central in 2011. The speedy WR eventually signed with Ole Miss.

Singleton spent only one season with the Rebels, catching just 2 passes for 12 yards. At the beginning of last year he decided to transfer to Jackson St.

The Flora native played immediately for JSU, grabbing 15 balls for 132 yards and no touchdowns.

Singleton says he's ready to return to the superstar form this season that fans saw when he played in high school.

 

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