E.J. Singler, SF, Oregon
The younger brother of Pistons forward and former Duke standout Kyle Singler, E.J. was a valuable member of a surprising Oregon team last season. He is essentially a “glue guy” who was one of two players to start all 34 available games for the Ducks. Singler is an excellent free throw shooter (90.9 percent as a junior), has a high basketball IQ and is an above average rebounder for his position. Most mock drafts have him going undrafted, but he also been linked to the late second round.
“I've watched a ton of Singler's games in the Pac-12, and though his lack of size and quickness is sure to be a limiting factor in the NBA, it wouldn't surprise me if he became a rotational player at some point down the road,” Joe Freeman of the Oregonian wrote. “He had the highest basketball IQ in the Pac-12 over the past few seasons and is a player the Ducks could run the offense through, either as a distributor, ball-handler or shot-maker.”
Pre-Draft measurements and results, according to Draft Express: