A sure-fire first-round pick, Singleton has drawn universal praise as arguably this draft's preeminent defender. En route to winning the 2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore, Singleton became just the fifth player in ACC history to finish in the top five in both steals and blocks.
Part of what makes Singleton such a defensive force is his exceptional motor and the effort he exerts on that end of the floor. The other primary factors are his exceptional God-given gifts. He is one of the more athletic forwards in the country, which is made all the more impressive taken in tandem with his outstanding "measurables." At the NBA draft combine in Chicago, Chris measured in at 6'7.75" (without shoes on; and an even six-nine with shoes) and possesses a 7'1" wingspan.
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