Someone is missing out
Don't be surprised if Randle makes a major name for himself at Tech. PLAYING BOTH WAYS, he was dominant at Booker T. Washington. Imagine his potential when he is able to concentrate on a position.
But there are other highly talented prepsters in the area who haven't signed with a college yet.
Dennis Morris of Woodlawn is the best player "still on the board." I'll always remember seeing Morris' name on a sprint heat sheet at a track meet and looking for him in the back of the pack - where the big guys usually are - and was amazed when I saw him leading the pack. The guy is 6-3, 240 and can run. Somebody is missing out.
There are more. Mansfield had a few receivers I would consider if I were a college coach, and Red River had some passing game talent - both quarterback Al Lewis and receiver Robert McDonald.
College coaches are fond of saying players don't slip through the cracks, and they are mostly right, but I wouldn't hesitate to sign a player of Morris' ability no matter what league I coached in.