Arizona head coach Jedd Fisch and his staff aren’t finished adding to the class of 2021.
The Wildcats have landed a commitment from Dorian Singer, a wide receiver out of Pinnacle High School. He announced his decision on Twitter.
Singer, who is 6-foot tall and 172 pounds, told Richard Obert of the Arizona Republic that he will join the UA as a preferred walk-on.
Rated a 3-star prospect by 247Sports, Singer is the No. 18 recruit out of Arizona in the class of 2021 as well as the No. 151 wide receiver and No. 1,066 overall player.
Singer is originally from Minnesota but moved to Arizona for his senior year of high school. He recorded 37 passes for 664 yards in seven games for Pinnacle, and according to Obert, he’s also a skilled kick returner.
Singer’s 247Sports profile lists him as a safety, a position he played at his high school in Minnesota.
Singer received offers from Utah and Texas last year, but since then both schools have undergone coaching personnel changes that may have affected their recruitment of the high school senior.
Singer becomes the 19th pledge for the Wildcats’ class of 2021. He is one of only two incoming freshmen to play high school football in Arizona, joining Canyon Del Oro running back Stevie Rocker.
Singer anticipates near-immediate playing time in Tucson. “They said it’s an opportunity from the start to compete for a spot,” he told Obert.