Phog Profile: Sean Singletary

The quick PG will have the opportunity to show his stuff this summer.

Sean Singletary
5'11 PG
William Penn (Philadelphia, PA)

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(05.29.03) The broad-shouldered lead guard tossed a few careless passing turnovers, but he offset those mistakes by hitting three-pointers and making a few nice dishes on the break. To jump into the big-time category, he'll need a big July.
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(04.27.03) It appears Singletary also is eager to leave Philadelphia. He averaged 18.6 points last season as a junior, leading William Penn Charter to a 26-4 record, and is considering UCLA, Ohio State and Rutgers in addition to Pitt.
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(04.17.03) Sean Singletary (5'11" Jr. PG, Philadelphia (PA) Penn Charter HS) led the Playaz with a game-high 22 points, while J.R. Smith (6'6" Jr. SF, Newark (NJ) St. Benedict's) added 14 The aforementioned Sean Singletary was the MVP of last weekend's Playaz Spring Fling in New Jersey, and he didn't stop this weekend. He continued to show his quickness, and brought several to their feet with a great dunk despite standing just 5'11". He didn't shoot the ball well, but he's shown that he can.
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(04.10.03) On a team loaded with high-major talents like McClure and J.R. Smith, Sean Singletary certainly earned the MVP honors. The quick point guard ran the show very well, shooting the ball well and getting to the basket. In the championship game, he brought the crowd to its feet with a great dunk to finish a drive as well.
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(04.01.03) Singletary was ranked #67 in Prepstars Spring rankings.

(03.30.03) Singletary was named first-team all-city by the Philadelphia Daily News.

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02.01.03) Their two star players, Kelvin Green and Sean Singletary are both high-level Division I prospects for basketball. Green averaged 27.8 points per game, while Singletary, with his lightning quick speed, averaged around 20 per contest. These two accounted for nearly all of their team's scoring.
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(01/22/03) Singletary, a 5-11, 165-pound junior, last fall earned second-team Daily News All-City honors at the multipurpose slot for his contributions to the Inter-Ac League champions as a wideout, defensive back and return man. He's at least as impressive in hoops. Maybe more so. In 18 minutes yesterday, Singletary collected 25 points, three steals and two assists as the Quakers stormed past visiting Episcopal Academy, 76-51. Singletary - quick, elusive, explosive, perceptive (you name it) - shot 10-for-15 overall, 4-for-6 on treys and 1-for-1 at the line. He especially toyed with the Churchmen in the first 9 1/2 minutes, pouring in 16 points and making all three of his steals as PC zoomed to a 29-16 lead. "If I see the other guards come onto the court without a swagger, I figure I can jump them," he said. "I try to get us going right away."
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(01/22/03) Does Sean have a favorite? "I'm neutral right now," he said, "but personally, for the future, I'd say I like basketball better. I'd like to play that professionally, if it could happen. "This spring and summer, I'm going to concentrate completely on basketball and try to see where I stand against all the best players around the country. That'll help me decide what I want to do for college. "One thing I might try to do is play both. I'd have to add about 20 pounds for that."
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(01.22.03) "If I wanted to, I'm sure I could break some scoring records," he said. "But on a team like this one, everybody can get theirs. As the point guard, my job is to make sure everyone is involved. I like to pass and make good plays. But if the guy trying to play me is slow, hey, I have to take advantage."
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