2008 (Freshman):ON SINGLETON: "Chris Singleton is the best small forward in the country. He's a great shooter from the perimeter. He can score inside and outside, can handle the ball and can defend on the perimeter. He has a great intensity and passion for the game," said Dunwoody High School Head Coach Scott Bracco...earned All-America Second-Team honors by EA Sports and Parade Magazine All-America Third-Team accolades as a senior in 2008... a five-star recruit according to Rivals.com...the 12th best player and the third ranked small fourth in the prep ranks as a senior in 2008...the 30th overall ranked player in the nation by ESPN.com...named as the Metro-Atlanta Player of the Year by the Atlanta Tipoff Club as a senior...the eighth McDonald's High School All-American in school history joining Irving Thomas (1985), David White (1987), Douglas Edwards (1989), Corey Louis (1994), Lamarr Greer (1994), Randall Jackson (1995), Anthony Richardson (2001) and Von Wafer (2003)... pulled down seven rebounds in 13 minutes played in the 2008 McDonald's All-American game played at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisc...led the East Team to a 107 102 victory over in the 2008 McDonald's All-American Game on March 26, 2008...named as one of the top five players in the Derby Classic All-Star game with was played following his senior season...totaled six points and two made 3-point baskets in leading the Black squad to a 181-121 victory over the Gold Squad in the Derby Classic...a finalist in the two-on-two competition at the 2008 Derby Festival...was named as the Most Valuable Player at the adidas Super 64 Tournament in the summer prior to his senior season...plays as a member of the super-strong AUU team - the Atlanta Celtics...led the Celtics to the championship of the Super 64 tournament with 15 points, six assists and six rebounds in the title game in the event...led the Celtics to the semifinals at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions in Chapel Hill in 2007.
AT DUNWOODY: Graduated from Dunwoody High School in 2008...averaged a double-double of 21.0 points, 13.0 rebounds and 4.7 blocked shots in leading Dunwoody to a 27-4 record and into the semifinals of the 3A state championship tournament during his senior season...earned All-State First-Team honors in Class 3A as a senior...the No. 3 ranked team in the final 2008 state Class 3A rankings...played only one season at Dunwoody after transferring from Cherokee High School in Canton, Ga...Dunwoody was the No. 1 overall seed in the 2008 Georgia State High School Tournament and Singleton led Dunwoody to the Region 5 Class 3A regional title...earned one quadruple double, four triple-doubles and 16 double-doubles during his senior season...named to the All-Tournament team at the 2008 Beach Ball Classic as he helped Dunwoody to a 2-2 record in the national event...averaged a double-double of 19 points and 15 rebounds in the four game set played by the Wildcats...led Dunwoody to regional tournament victories over Southside and Blessed Trinity to win the regional championship and over Gainesville, Franklin County and Flowery Branch to reach the Final Four of the tournament....Dunwoody fell to Carver of Columbus in the state tournament semifinals...the Wildcats won 18 consecutive games during the season with zero losses coming during the months of January or February...led Dunwoody to the championship of the Martin Luther King Classic in Jacksonville, Fla., with victories over Lee (Fla.) and the Jackson Academy of Applied Technology in January of his senior season.
AT CHEROKEE: Attended Cherokee High School in Canton, Ga. as a freshman, sophomore and junior...averaged a double-double of 19.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.0 blocked shots as a junior...averaged a career-high 20.3 points and 8.2 rebounds as a sophomore and a double-double of 13.0 points and 11.7 rebounds as a freshman starter on the varsity at Cherokee...led Cherokee to its first state tournament appearance in 25 years during his sophomore season.
Born Nov. 21, 1989...Chris is the son of Stephanie Langston of Canton, Ga., and Carl Singleton of Estill, S.C...selected Florida State over Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Cincinnati, Louisville, Tennessee, Florida and North Carolina.