ICTV: Singleton’s Dual Role

Kendrick Singleton is manning both the tight end and wide receiver positions for UNC.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Kendrick Singleton is a man of many talents.

During his four years playing for North Carolina he's held positions at both wide receiver and tight end. Now, as a senior, he’s playing both.

Singleton said he’s enjoyed working with players and coaches from both groups.

"Coach (Seth) Littrell, my tight ends coach, is a great dude. He looks after me, looks after everyone on the team," Singleton said.

"Gunter Brewer, he's our receivers coach, pass game coordinator, really good guy. That's who I came in with. I played receiver two out of my four years and I played tight end the last two years so I've had different coaches and it's been great. I've learned a lot from them both and they keep me sharp on my game and it's been working out really well for me."

With a wide array of experience, Singleton said he's able to mentor younger players.

"I got a chance to see those guys grow in different areas. They're all my little brothers and we all work hard," he said.

"I tell them we're all a team, we all see eye-to-eye, we're all men. Let's just go to work, get the work done and ball out."

To see the rest of the interview and practice footage of Singleton, watch the above video.


Inside Carolina Top Stories