Career Highlights: Ranks among the leaders on a number of Virginia’s career lists including steals (second, 200), assists (third, 587), three-point field goals made (third, 222), free throws made (fourth, 573), points scored (fifth, 2,079) and field goals made (ninth, 642). The only player in ACC history with 2,000 points, 500 assists, 400 rebounds and 200 steals. Three time All-Atlantic Coast Conference First Team selection. Had his jersey retired prior to his final home game. A three-time co-captain for the Cavaliers. Finished his career ranked tied for 27th on the ACC scoring list with Duke’s Jason Williams and Gene Banks (2,079)
Senior (2007-08): An Honorable Mention All-America selection by The Associated Press and CollegeHoops.net in 2008. A Bob Cousy Award finalist. Scored in double figures in all 33 games, closing a streak in which he tallied double figures in 55 straight contests – a Virginia record. Ranked second in the ACC in assists (6.1 apg), third in scoring (19.8 ppg), fourth in free throw percentage (.851), sixth in steals (1.82 spg) and minutes played (34.0 mpg), and ninth in assist/turnover ratio (1.58). Only player in Division I to have a 40-point scoring game, a 10-rebound game and a 10-assist game during the season and the only player in UVa men’s basketball history to accomplish all three in the same season. Lone Division I player to rank in the top 40 in scoring and assists. Scored a career-high 41 points and grabbed nine rebounds in a loss at Miami. Tied the Virginia single-game steals record with seven in a win over NC State and also had 21 points and six assists.
Junior (2006-07): All-Atlantic Coast Conference First Team selection. NABC and USBWA All-District First Teams. Led Virginia in scoring (19.0 ppg, third in ACC), assists (4.7 apg, fifth), three-point field goals made (2.47 per game, second), free throw percentage (.872, second), steals (1.2 spg) and minutes (33.2 mpg, 10th). Sank a jumper with 26 seconds left in regulation and hit winning basket with one second remaining in OT in 68-66 victory over Duke. Netted 33 points vs. American and followed with a career-high 37 points, including a career-best seven three-pointers, in win over Gonzaga. Recorded 25 points and six assists in victory over Arizona.
Sophomore (2005-06): Named to All-ACC First Team and USBWA All-District First Team. Finished third in ACC in free throw percentage (.845), fifth in scoring (17.7 ppg), fifth in steals (1.86 spg), sixth in assists (4.2 apg), and eighth in minutes played (33.8 mpg). Recorded 20 or more points 11 times during the season. Recorded 29 points and a career-high 10 rebounds in ACC Tournament quarterfinal loss to UNC. Scored a game-high 29 points and dished out four assist sin 37 minutes in win over Miami. Scored 13 straight points late in a victory at Virginia Tech. Scored a season-high 35 points to go along with six rebounds, six steals and four assists vs. Gonzaga.
Freshman (2004-05): Named to All-ACC Freshman Team. Ranked sixth in ACC in assist-turnover ratio (1.61), and ninth in assists (3.9 apg) and steals (1.66 spg). Ranked first among ACC freshmen in assists and steals, second in minutes (29.9 mpg), and third in scoring (10.5 ppg). Named ACC Rookie of the Week five times. Scored a team-high 23 points and had nine assists in career-high 45 minutes in double OT loss to Maryland. Scored a season-high 25 points and grabbed seven rebounds in victory over Auburn.
Strengths: Extremely athletic and fast point guard who can take it coast-to-coast, either finishing, pulling up for a jumper, or finding a fellow teammate on the break. Handles the halfcourt offense efficiently and is a quick-handed defender.
Personal: Son of Jacqui and Harold Singletary. Has two older brothers. Majored in sociology.