NBA Draft Profile: Sean Singletary
NBA Draft: Sean Singletary
Accolades: Third Team All-American – NABC (coaches association) (07), First Team All-ACC (07), First Team All-ACC (06), All-ACC Freshman Team (05).
Scouting Report: A well-decorated explosive scoring guard.
Strengths: Scoring – Singletary can be an explosive scorer – he had over 10 games with 20+ points his junior year. Fantastic rebounder for his height. Deep range on his jump shot. Great free throw shooter.
Weaknesses: Lack of height – Singletary is listed at 6’0” but that is probably a bit of a stretch. Very turnover prone. Is he a true NBA point guard – definitely too small for the off guard spot. Shoots from the field and from long-range for a very poor percentage. Is a volume shooter – averaged close to 14 shots a game his last two seasons.
Projected 2007 Draft Range: Early second round pick (2007 or 2008).
Consensus: Despite having a fantastic junior season, Singletary could use another year in college to work on his game. While it is doubtful he is going to go through a growth spurt at this age, he would be wise to return for his senior year to work on becoming a more consistent shooter and refine his point guard skills.
Current NBA Mock Draft Position
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= Superstar/All-NBA Potential
= Potential NBA All-Star
= Consistent NBA Starter
= 6th Man/Fringe Starter
= Career Reserve
= Fringe NBA Player/12th Man
0 stars = Life in the Minor Leagues
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