WEDNESDAY, 8:03pm: The Blazers officially announced the signing, via press release.
FRIDAY, 4:34pm: Oregon's E.J. Singler has agreed to a deal with the Trail Blazers and will be in training camp with the team, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports (via Twitter). It sounds like it'll be a fully non-guaranteed contract for the undrafted forward.
Singler, 23, took a step back in his senior year with the Ducks, with his averages falling in PPG (13.6 to 11.7) and FG% (.467 to .411), among other categories. He also didn't exactly stand out in Summer League play with the Pistons, averaging just 1.6 PPG in five games. Still, he'll get a look this fall from the Blazers, even if a regular-season roster spot is a long shot.
A year ago, the Blazers invited a few players to camp with an eye on retaining their D-League rights, and getting them onto the Idaho Stampede's roster. A stint with the Stampede could be in Singler's future, though that's just my speculation.