Walt, you need to put Texas LT Connor Williams on this list. Dude is going to be one of the best LT's in this class. He'll be a JR this year, but former TE with outstanding movement and pass blocking skills. Dude is a stud and Freshman All-American. First time in a while I've been excited for our Offensive line.
Taking defenders off the dribble in one-on-one situations
Inconsistent outside shooter
Too often falls in love with that inconsistent jumper
Handling contact in the lane
Summary: Singleton really knows how to an impact a game with his all-around ability on defense which is somewhat a rarity in the NBA. He is not a great scorer and probably never will a star player but should be a great complementary piece to a roster. He could be a late-lottery prospect if he were to declare for the 2011 NBA Draft this summer.
Player Comparison: Shawn Marion. For a major stretch of his career, Marion was known for his defensive versatility which is where Singleton will thrive once he gets to the league. Marion benefitted playing alongside Steven Nash, but was never an overly talented offensive player, which is an area of weakness for Singleton as well.