American football running back Devin Singletary currently plays for the Buffalo Bills, who are a member of the National Football League.
He attended Florida Atlantic University, where he participated in collegiate football.
He ended the 2017 season with 1,920 running yards, 32 rushing touchdowns, 33 combined rushing and receiving touchdowns, and 198 points, which led all Division I FBS players.
Singletary was a student at the American Heritage School in Delray Beach, Florida, where he played high school football.
Singletary gained 12 touchdowns while rushing for 1,021 yards on 152 attempts in the 2016 season, averaging 6.7 yards per carry.
He gained 244 yards on the ground against Western Kentucky and 203 yards against Marshall as a sophomore in 2017.
He finished fourth with 1,632 rushing yards and led all Division I FBS players in scoring with 162 points (27 touchdowns) in the 2017 regular season. Additionally, he broke the Florida Atlantic single-season rushing yardage record. He was also chosen as a Doak Walker Award semifinalist.
Singletary gained an extra 164 yards and three touchdowns on the ground against North Texas on December 2, 2017, in the Conference USA championship game. In the Owls’ 50-3 rout of Akron in the 2017 Boca Raton Bowl, he added three more touchdowns, bringing his season total to 33. (32 rushings, 1 receiving).
The following season, Singletary amassed 1,348 running yards on 261 attempts, leading to 22 touchdowns. Sporting News recognized him as a second-team All-American for his efforts.
Singletary finished his collegiate career as the sixth-most prolific runner in FBS history and declared on December 12 that he would be entering the 2019 NFL Draft.
How Tall Is Devin Singletary?
Devin Singletary is one of the shortest players on the Bills current roster and also in the NFL. Currently, he stands at a height of 1.7 m.