Posted On: 10/16/20 6:25 PM

In what was the most uncertain offseason in decades, three former Minnesota preps made the decision to transfer out of the state to play their final high school season. These studs: former Tartan WR Dorian SingerDorianSinger6'0" | WRPinnacle (Arizona) | 2021StateMN and ex-Stewartville athletes Josh BuriJoshBuri5'11" | RBStewartville | 2021StateMN (RB) and Parker TheobaldParkerTheobaldDLStewartville | 2021StateMN (DE), made a tough personal decision to leave MN during a pandemic, but it seems to be paying off. Singer transferred to Arizona big-school powerhouse Pinnacle, and Buri and Theobald headed west for Brookings Hugh School in South Dakota, as the three are putting up crazy numbers and leading their teams to a ton of success in 2020. Let’s check in on the senior transfers and see how their final season is going

Dorian SingerDorianSinger6'0" | WRPinnacle (Arizona) | 2021StateMN 6’1, 180 lbs. WR

Since he’s moved to the Phoenix area Singer has earned his 14th Division 1 offer from Northern Arizona. He has taken up with 2023 QB Devon DampierDevonDampier5'10" | QBPinnacle | 2023AZ - whose brother Will was a 2020 graduate of Champlin Park - to become one of the most lethal QB/WR duos in Arizona football. In Week 1 for Pinnacle HS against Horizon he recorded eight catches for 143 yards and three 3 TDs and threw a 71-yard TD pass as well. During Week 2 against Desert Vista he made a

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