Bills select Devin Singletary in third round of the NFL Draft

The running back out of Florida Atlantic goes to Buffalo as the team's third selection in this year's draft

Kyle Powell
April 26, 2019 - 10:20 pm

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The Buffalo Bills added another offensive weapon to the arsenal on Friday at the 2019 NFL Draft with the selection of running back Devin Singletary in the third round (74th overall) out of Florida Atlantic.

At the NFL Combine, Singletary measured out at 5' 7" and 203-pounds. He ran a 4.66-second 40-time, boasted a vertical jump of 35-inches and ripped off a 117-inch broad jump.

While at Florida Atlantic, Singletary appeared in 38 games across three seasons. He posted a career year in 2017, where he rushed for 1,918 yards and scored 32 rushing touchdowns. Singletary also added a single receiving touchdown in 2017; the only receiving touchdown of his collegiate career. Singletary rushed for 4,287 yards in his collegiate career over his three seasons in the Conference USA.

Singletary joins a crowded Bills running back room with the likes of LeSean McCoy, Marcus Murphy, and a trio of free agent acquisitions in Frank Gore, Senorise Perry and T.J. Yeldon.

Check out what Singletary had to say when he spoke with the Buffalo media in his conference call below:

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