Duke’s Kyle Singler was the face of college basketball over the last two years.
During the Blue Devils' National Championship run in 2010 he was named the NCAA Tournament Final Four Most Outstanding Player.
He arrived in Durham, N.C., in 2007, as one of the top high school recruits in the nation, and was a four-year starter under Coach Mike Krzyzewski. He finished his college career ranked fourth in school history in scoring, sixth in rebounding and ninth in blocking.
Despite those impressive stats and facts, many experts see Singler dropping into the second round of the upcoming NBA Draft.
The following four reasons show why Kyle Singler should be a first round draft choice.