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The Utah Jazz will secretly rejoice when they don't have to make the Jimmer Fredette decision when their second lottery pick arrives.
While they understand his local appeal and his on-court talent, they simply won't have an immediate use for him. They will, however, have use for the ACC-star, Chris Singleton.
Singleton led Florida State in points, rebounds, steals, and three-point percentage last season. He was second in minutes and blocks, the former of which was no doubt hurt when he missed most of February with a broken foot.
The foot has healed and Singleton is one of the most versatile small forwards available. Like Biyombo, Singleton has been praised for his defense with a 2010 ACC Defensive Player of the Year and a 2011 Runner-Up finish.
At 6'9", he'll be able to spell both small forward C.J. Miles and power forward Paul Millsap until he finds his niche.