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Sean Singletary’s son showcases his dribbling skills

Plus, a recruiting update...

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Former Virginia men’s basketball point guard Sean Singletary is at the Under Armour camp in his native Philadelphia this week, bringing an adorable - and possibly very talented? - guest along with him.

According to a quick video from ESPN insider Jeff Goodman, two-year-old Jackson Singletary was dribbling a basketball with each hand, and loving every second of it.

Singletary’s jersey No. 44 is retired at UVa, and he is fifth all-time in scoring at the school with 2,079 points, third in assists (587), and fourth in career free-throw percentage (.846).

Also in attendance at the camp is UVa head coach Tony Bennett, looking at highly-touted 2018 guard Jahvon Quinerly. The Cavaliers could stand as good of a chance as either Villanova or Arizona of landing the blue-ship prospect, which as per our sister site, VU Hoops, are possible official visits for Quinerly, along with Seton Hall, UCLA, and Kansas.

Stay tuned to STL for further updates on the 2033 recruiting class. No, not really.