Sean Singletary is Coming Back

UVA’s junior point guard Sean Singletary has announced that he will return to the team for his senior season. Sean withdrew his name from the 2007 NBA draft this afternoon just in time for the 5:00 p.m. deadline for underclassmen. NBA draft experts have said that Singletary would be a mid-to-late second round draft pick, and some experts didn’t think he would be drafted at all. Singletary’s decision to stay at UVA will certainly have an impact on the team’s position in the ACC. With Sean, UVA is one of the top 4 teams in the league and an NCAA tournament contender. Without Sean, UVA is at the bottom of the barrel in the ACC.

Even though I am a burgeoning UVA basketball fan, I can honestly say that Singletary made the right decision by staying.

  1. He gets a degree from one of the best universities in the country
  2. He can cement his status as one of the all-time greats at UVA
  3. He can improve his game and solidify himself as a 1st round draft pick in the 2008 Draft

Some notable underclassmen that decided to stay in the draft: Jeff Green (Georgetown), Spencer Hawes (Washington), JamesOn Curry (Oklahoma State), Javaris Crittenton (Georgia Tech), and Thaddeus Young (Georgia Tech).

Some notable underclassmen that decided to withdraw from the draft: Devon Hardin (California), Dominic James (Marquette), Marcelus Kemp (Nevada)

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