Hometown- Canton, GA
Birth Date- 11-21-1989
Height/Weight- 6’9 225
Chris is the son of Stephanie Langston of Canton, Ga., and Carl Singleton of Estill, S.C. He selected Florida State over Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Cincinnati, Louisville, Tennessee, Florida and North Carolina.
Chris attended Cherokee High School in Canton, Ga. as a freshman, sophomore and junior...averaged a double-double of 19.0 points, 11.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.0 blocked shots as a junior...averaged a career-high 20.3 points and 8.2 rebounds as a sophomore and a double-double of 13.0 points and 11.7 rebounds as a freshman starter on the varsity at Cherokee...led Cherokee to its first state tournament appearance in 25 years during his sophomore season.
Chris then transferred to Dunwoody High School in 2008 for his Senior season where he also graduated from. Averaged a double-double of 21.0 points, 13.0 rebounds and 4.7 blocked shots in leading Dunwoody to a 27-4 record and into the semifinals of the 3A state championship tournament during his senior season...earned All-State First-Team honors in Class 3A as a senior...the No. 3 ranked team in the final 2008 state Class 3A rankings...played only one season at Dunwoody after transferring from Cherokee High School in Canton, Ga...Dunwoody was the No. 1 overall seed in the 2008 Georgia State High School Tournament and Singleton led Dunwoody to the Region 5 Class 3A regional title...earned one quadruple-double, four triple-doubles and 16 double-doubles during his senior season...named to the All-Tournament team at the 2008 Beach Ball Classic as he helped Dunwoody to a 2-2 record in the national event...averaged a double-double of 19 points and 15 rebounds in the four game set played by the Wildcats...led Dunwoody to regional tournament victories over Southside and Blessed Trinity to win the regional championship and over Gainesville, Franklin County and Flowery Branch to reach the Final Four of the tournament....Dunwoody fell to Carver of Columbus in the state tournament semifinals...the Wildcats won 18 consecutive games during the season with zero losses coming during the months of January or February...led Dunwoody to the championship of the Martin Luther King Classic in Jacksonville, Fla., with victories over Lee (Fla.) and the Jackson Academy of Applied Technology in January of his senior season.
How long have you played basketball? What inspired you to start playing?
I have played since I was 5, and I play because I am good at it and I love it!
Where is your favorite place to play?
I like to play at any away arena, it brings the best out of me; I think.
What is your favorite number? Why?
1 because that’s what I strive to be at anything I do.
Do you have a pre-game ritual?
I take a shower put on music and get focused.
What do you consider as your greatest accomplishment?
What is your most memorable moment?
When I was 9, my AAU team won the national qualifier by a layup I made.
How has basketball helped you become who you are today?
It has help me grow up and learn how to be a business man by the amount of people it allows you to meet.
What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?
traveling, playing a sport, chilling with friends.
Name 3 Fun Facts about yourself that people may not know.
I have a lot of shoes, smart, and I am funny.
What is your favorite quote?
You are who set your mind on to be.
What do you value the most?
Outside of basketball, what are your visions/goals in life?
I want to be a successful business man and be able to influence people; from the rich all the way to the poor