Singletary produced 775 rushing yards on 151 attempts, good for 5.1 ypc., leading all rookie rushers in 2019. He also reeled in 29 receptions and two touchdowns, showing his versatility, but the rookie also missed four games due to a hamstring injury. Keeping Singletary off the trainer's table will be key in 2020 and to that end, the team allowed aged veteran Frank Gore to depart via free agency while selecting a Gore-like clone, Zack Moss, in the third round of the 2020 rookie draft. The team leaned heavily on Singletary down the stretch, providing 14+ rushing attempts in 7-of-8 games to end the season, pulling down 20 receptions during that same span. He only scored a total of four combined touchdowns on the season as the team favored Gore inside the five yard line which may portend Moss' role in 2020. Either way, Devin Singletary, DLF's RB27 has a chance to be a breakout player in his sophomore year.