Randolph Looks to Highlight Alexander’s Offense


Rae Rae Randolph showed a lot of flashes last season in Alexander’s offense. There is no doubt about it, he has legit speed, and on any given play he can fly by the defensive back on his release for a momentum swinging play.

There will be ample opportunities to do just that this fall, as Alexander will be looking to replace key skills players in Daetrich Harrington, Justin Hall and Steven Winston. So enter Randolph, who is currently looking at a situation where he can be the premiere offensive weapon for one of the best teams in Class 6-A.

Randolph has been chomping at the bit for this opportunity, and this offseason he has worked hard to make the best of it.

“The offseason was great. This summer I camped at Samford, Eastern Kentucky, and Georgia State.” Randolph continued, “This fall I plan to turn heads and showcase my talents. I feel that everything has improved from speed, strength to hands, and vision.”

The speedy receiver stands nearly 6’3″ tall and has added on another 10 pounds of muscle to his 189-pound frame. He also lowered his 40-time and now runs a reported 4.49 time. Considering all his improvements, we see Randolph as a dark-horse All-State wide receiver and could potentially end up with 1000 yards receiving on the season.

That is all conjecture for right now, and until the season kicks off, it will remain just that. The Alexander senior will need to put the results on the field, but if so, we think Division I colleges will certainly take notice. A few already have, and Randolph has been invited to games for Syracuse, West Virginia, and Western Kentucky.

A strong start to his senior year, and you will be able to add more colleges to that list. Colleges interested in recruiting Randolph please click HERE to visit his Recruit Georgia profile. Also be sure to like us on Twitter and Facebook.



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