The Liberty Flames saw their 2021 season come to an end on Saturday night with a dominating 56-20 win over Eastern Michigan in the Lending Tree Bowl, but that hasn’t stopped the coaching staff from continuing to look for an infusion of talent to the team.

On Monday, Liberty picked up a commitment from Kobe Singleton, a Southern Utah transfer corner back. The 6’1″, 180 pound defensive back is originally from Pasco, Washington where he attended Tri-Cities Prep High School. This past season, as a freshman, Singleton recorded 22 tackles, 3 interceptions, and 6 pass break ups. He also took one of those interceptions and returned it for a touchdown, doing so in his first collegiate game. He was also named third-team all-Big Sky Conference this season.

Singleton has three seasons of eligibility remaining. He was named to the HERO Sports FCS All-American All-Freshman team following his first year at the college level. Singleton will be able to sign with the Flames during the February signing period. Liberty signed 17 high school athletes and transfers just last week for the early signing period in December.