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.