Via NY Post
Singleton, who averaged 13.3 points last season for FSU, played on the NCAA's highest-ranked defensive club. ESPN's draft savant Fran Fraschilla called him a "lockdown defender" at the Chicago combine and thinks he could be gone by 17, though some mock drafts have Singleton from 17 to 22.
"They have one of the best threes in league, one of the best fours in league; there's not a better place to learn," said Singleton.
If the Knicks go with Singleton, Walsh will be aggressive in buying at least one another pick, either a late first-rounder or an early second-rounder to snatch a point guard such as Shumpert or Jenkins.
Or do they go with more size? It is clear, either way, that the Knicks are very willing to add draft picks, which is a critical step.
Rumor has it Vernon Goodridge impressed the Knicks brass in their workout the other day blocking shots and running the floor. He has more polished defensive skill than any young player coming out of the this draft.