Singletary is an unselfish floor leader who is on N.C. State's radar, along with several other big-time schools such as Texas, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, UConn, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Memphis and Michigan.
Singletary averaged 20 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds while playing with another big-time player, Rob Kurz, at Penn Charter last season. Singletary transferred from Perkiomen High prior to his junior year.
"Penn Charter was much better in both academics and for basketball," said Singletary, who has a 3.5 GPA and scored a 1010 on the SAT.
Singletary, who is also a standout wide receiver that is getting plenty of high-major D-1 interest in the gridiron, has a combination of strength and quickness on the court. His one drawback could be his perimeter shot, although it has improved since last summer.
"I know I need to work on my three-point shot," he said.
Singletary has expressed a desire to head south for college and he has mentioned the Wolfpack on several occasions as somewhere that he's considering. However, his favorite school has been Texas.
"I want to go to a good guard-based school, because someday I want to be a pro," Singletary added.