``It kind of motivates me to go out there and prove that I'm better than them," said the 6-foot-8, 205-pound Singleton. "On the other hand, we're all cool and I'm happy for them."
Singleton hasn't gone up against Thompkins or Aminu, but has seen both play numerous times.
``Howard is halfway between physical and finesse," Singleton said. "Farouq has the same body as I do, but he plays more down low."
``I play inside and outside," he added.
Singleton put up 20 points per game at Cherokee High as a sophomore last season while spending the majority of his time on the wing.
He's versatile enough to take big guys off the dribble and that's been his bread and butter. He's hoping to improve his post skills so he can be more of a threat in the paint.
Singleton suffered an injury to his left foot in April that hampered his play throughout the month, but now he's healthy and looking forward to showing that he's not only on par with Thompkins and Aminu – but also with the elite rising juniors in the country.
``I'm 100 percent," Singleton said. "I just want to go out there and show people what I can do and win tournaments."
Singleton said he'll start things off at the ABCD Camp next week.
``Outside of the state, I'm unknown," he said. "I want to prove something in July."
``It's going to come down to what fits me," Singleton said. "At this point, location doesn't matter to me."