"I had a shoulder injury and I caught a fever," Singletary said. "But, we've got to win the tournament. We didn't have a point guard last weekend. I need to be there if we're going to win."
Singletary has blossomed into one of the more attractive point guard prospects in the class. His combination of basketball skills, personality and academics has led to the involvement of many big time programs.
So, what's new? "Besides Kansas, nothing is new," Singletary said. "I had to drop N.C. State because they got Tony Bethel. Right now, Virginia and Kansas are my top two. Indiana, Rutgers and Ohio State, I have medium interest in them."
"My first two visits definitely will be between Virginia and Kansas. I'm not sure when I'll be able to take them. I give Virginia the slight edge because they were in there first and Coach [Walt] Fuller is from Philadelphia."
Just last week, North Carolina State dropped out of the running. The Pack signed Tony Bethel, a two-year starter from Georgetown. Singletary was disappointed but he understands the process well. "I was really considering them but I know this is a business. He's been in college more and I think they thought he'd be better for the team. No hard feelings, it's a business."