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Devin "Motor" Singletary


Deerfield Beach, Fla.

High School:
American Heritage - Delray

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 200





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FAU vs. Akron (USATSI)

Photos from FAU football vs. Akron - Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017


North Texas vs. FAU (USATSI)

Check out the USA Today photo gallery from the C-USA Championship football game against North Texas.


FAU vs. Marshall (USATSI)

USATSI Photos from FAU football vs. Marshall - Friday, Nov. 3, 2017


USATSI Gallery - Florida Atlantic @ Wisconsin

USATSI Gallery - Florida Atlantic @ Wisconsin


USATSI Gallery - FAU vs Kansas State

USATSI Gallery - FAU vs Kansas State

Photo Gallery

Sophomore (2017)

  • Earned first-team preseason all-conference honors by Athlon Sports & Life
  • College Sports Madness Preseason Second Team All-Conference
  • Carried the ball six times in the season opener versus Navy. Tallied 26 yards and added three receptions for 28 yards
  • Carried the ball a team high 17 times versus Wisconsin for a total of 68 yards and a one-yard score, also had one reception for minus 2 yards
  • Tallied 109 yards on 11 carries, the fourth time he has recorded 100+ yards, versus Bethune
  • Led the team with 22 carries and 156 yards versus Buffalo and scored three times also added two receptions for a total of seven yards
  • Had his third-consecutive game with 100+ rushing yards tallying 133 versus Middle Tennessee and he added a catch for no gain. Recorded four scores which tied the program high for rushing TDs by a single-runner in a game
  • Earned C-USA Offensive Player of the Week following the MT game
  • Named C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honors following the ODU game, a game he tallied 26 attempts and 194 yards at ODU with two scores
  • Led FAU's powerful offensive attack with 123 rushing yards, on 17 carries, and added a 45-yard reception in the Owls league record setting 804 yards versus North Texas
  • Tallied a career single-game high of 36 carries and tallied 244 yards and four scores versus WKU. Had 255 all-purpose yards. Also used the game to become the program's all-time career rushing touchdown leader and surpassed the 2,000 career yards mark
  • Awarded a helmet sticker for his WKU performance and the C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honors
  • Earned C-USA Offensive Player of the Week honors
  • Tallied 203 yards, his fourth career game with 200 plush yards, and moved to 19 single-season rushing TDs, tied his career long 66-yard run, and added a 60-yard touchdown reception
  • Had 18 carries for 104 yards, his eighth-consecutive game with more than 100 yards, including three touchdown runs...he had one reception for a minus nine yards versus La Tech
  • Carried the ball 25 times for 164 yards and two scores versus FIU in the 2017 Shula Bowl victory. His night included a career long 70-yard score and added one reception for 13 yards
  • Recorded 19 carries for 108 yards and two scores versus Charlotte
  • Led the game with 26 carries and 164 yards rushing in the 2017 C-USA Championship game. His night also included a 12 yard pass connection and a reception for minus two yards in the Owls win. He also tied his running backs' coach with 29 rushing TDs on the season and 30 total
  • Racked up 124 yards and three TDs on 26 carries and added a catch for 13 yards. His 32 rushing TDs for the season are third-most in a season in FBS history
  • Named C-USA MVP and First Team All-Conference
  • Named to Phil Steele's Magazine's First Team All-Conference team
  • First FAU player to earn Associate Press All-America honors (second team)
  • The Athletic CFB named him second team All-American and SB Nation bestowed honorable mention All-American honors
  • Led the nation with 32 rushing TDs (third all-time) and 33 overall
  • Led the nation in points scored
True Freshman (2016)
  • Tallied a carry and gained one yard in the season opening victory versus SIU
  • Had two carries for a total of -4 and had one reception for -4 yards versus UM
  • Recorded seven carries and a total of 29 yards versus Kansas State added two kick returns for a total of 54 yards and four receptions totaling 15 yards
  • Gained 10 yards on four carries versus Ball State and added two receptions for another five yards
  • Had a career-high 17 carries and his first collegiate score at FIU in Shula Bowl XV. Tallied 86 yards with his longest run a rush for 17 yards
  • Carried the ball seven times and tallied 25 yards and added three receptions for a total of 17 yards
  • Recorded his first 100+ game with 111 yards on 13 carries versus Marshall, including a 48-yard touchdown run and three receptions for a total of 44 yards, grabbed a tackle in the game
  • Led the Owls with 11 carries for a total of 37 yards versus WKU and added a catch for a gain of four yards
  • Historic night at Rice for the freshman with a program high 257 yards on 24 carries and two scores. Added three receptions for a total of 11 yards and one kick return for a total of 20 yards for a program high 288 all-purpose yards. 257 yards ranks him 12th nationally in rushing yards gained in a game.
  • Named Co-C-USA Offensive Player of the Week and was placed on a national voting ballot for similar honors for ASN and Hero Player of the Week honors for his Rice performance
  • Earned Paul Hornung Week Eleven Honor Roll recognition after carrying the ball 20 times for 145 yards, grabbing three receptions for 14 yards and four kick returns for 86 yards. The 245 yards versus UTEP is the second most all-purpose yards in a game behind his 257 yards at Rice the week before
  • Led the team with 17 carries and 89 yards, with two TDs versus ODU...added a catch for -3 yards and two kick returns for 23 yards
  • Led the game with 235 rushing yards on season-high 29 carries and three TDs versus MT added five receptions for a total of 60 yards and four kick returns for a total of 101 yards  
  • Winner of the team's Newcomer of the Year award
  • Named to the C-USA Honorable Mention Team and to the All-Freshman Team
  • Named Freshman All-American (Athlon Sports 3rd team & Campus Insider Honorable Mention)

High School

  • Played for Keith Hindsley
  • Two-time first team all-state selection
  • Three-time first team all-county offensive player of the year
  • Fred Taylor Offensive Player of the Year
  • Set most single-game rushing yards record with 302 versus West Minister Christian
  • Finished career with the second-most career-rushing yards with 4,975


  • Public Safety and Administration major
  • Son of Devonn Singletary, Sr. and Sabrina Singletary
  • Born September 3, 1997 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


Game-by-Game Statistics
2016: SIU (R: 1-1 yard); UM (R: 2- -4, Rec: 1- -4); K-State (R: 7-29 yards; Rec: 4-15 yards; KR: 2-54); Ball State (R: 4-10 yards, Rec: 2-5 yards); FIU (R: 17-86, 1 TD); Charlotte (R: 7-25 yards, Rec: 3-17 yards); Marshall (R: 13-111 yards, 1 TD, Rec: 3-44 yards); WKU (R: 11-37 yards, Rec: 1-4 yards); Rice (R: 257 yards and 2 TDs, Rec: 3-11 yards, KR: 1-20 yards); UTEP (R: 20-145 yards, 2 TDs Rec: 3-14 yards, KR: 4-86 yards); ODU (R: 17-90 yards, Rec: 1- -3, KR: 2-23 yards); MT (R: 29-235 yards, 3 TDs, Rec: 5-60 yards, KR: 4-101 yards)
2017: Navy (R: 6-26, Rec: 3-28), Wisconsin (R: 17-68, 1 TD, Rec: 1- -2), Bethune (R: 11-109, 1 TD); Buffalo (R: 22-156, 3 TDs, Rec: 2-7); MT (R: 24-133, 4 TDs); ODU (R: 26-194, 2 TDs); NT (R: 17-123, 3 TDs, Rec: 1-45); WKU (R: 36-244, 4 TD, Rec: 2-11); Marshall (R: 28-203, 1 TD, Rec: 2-72, 1 TD); La Tech (P: 18-104, 3 TDs, Rec: 1- -9); FIU (R: 25-164, 2 TD, Rec: 1-13); Charlotte (R: 19-108, 2 TDs); NT (R: 26-164, 3 TDs, Rec: 1- -2, Pass: 1-12)

Career Statistics
Rushing Attempts:  36 WKU (10/28/17)
Rushing Yards: 257 Rice (11/5/16)
Rushing TDs: 4 MT (9/30/17), WKU (10/28/17)
Receptions: 5 MT (11/26/16)
Receiving Yards: 72 Marshall (11/3/17)
Kick Returns: 4 UTEP (11/12/16), MT (11/26/16)
Kick Return Yards: 101 MT (11/26/16)

2016 Game Highs
Rushing Attempts: 29 MT (11/26/16)
Rushing Yards:
257 Rice (11/5/16)
Rushing TDs:
3 MT (11/26/16)
5 MT (11/26/16)
Receiving Yards:
60 MT (11/26/16)
Kick Returns:
4 UTEP (11/12/16), MT (11/26/16)
Kick Return Yards:
101 MT (11/26/16)

2017 Game Highs
Rushing Attempts: 36 WKU (10/28/17)
Rushing Yards: 
244 WKU (10/28/17)
Rushing TDs:
4 MT (9/30/17), WKU (10/28/17)
3 Navy (9/1/17)
Receiving Yards:
72 Marshall (11/3/17)

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