A member of the Houston defensive tackle rotation ... led the team and was second nationally with three blocked kicks ... played in all 13 games ... had tackles in nine games ... career-high four tackles vs. BYU and SMU ... first career sack came against BYU ... had a solo sack and a half sack vs. SMU ... also assisted on a tackle for loss against Cincinnati ... greatly influenced Houston's win at UTSA with an interception and a blocked field goal that was returned for a touchdown in the game's second quarter ... also broke up passes vs. Memphis and USF.
Three-star defensive end by Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN.com that has excellent size and skill ... Able to play anywhere along the defensive front, but will begin his career at defensive end for the Cougars ... Also a standout basketball player that brings excellent feet and hands to his position ... Earned All-District honors in both football and basketball ... Named the Defensive MVP of the Nike Football Training Camp in Houston, which included a number of Division I prospects and signees ... Had 61 tackles and 15 sacks as a junior ... From the same high school that produced Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed along with numerous other Division I and NFL talents.
Son of Payla Barney and Bryan Singleton Sr. ... Born Dec. 5, 1993 in New Orleans ... Lists his mother as his biggest influence ... undecided on a major.
B.J. Singleton's Career Bests
Tackles:4, 2x, last vs. SMU (2013)
Tackles for Loss:1.5, SMU (2013)
Sacks:1.5, SMU (2013)
Interceptions:1, at UTSA (2013)
Blocked Kicks:1, 3x last at UCF (2013)
PBU: 1, 3x, last vs. UTSA (2014)