"I'm going to camp at Tulsa again in June. I've been hearing from them, as well as Houston Baptist and Lehigh University, and I'm hoping to hear more from Texas A&M, Duke, New Mexico, and Kentucky," said Randle.
The 5-foot-9, 175-pound hasn't taken a break from athletics, as he's currently emerged in track season.
"I do the 4 x 100m relay, 100m, and 200m. Track goes through May 9th, and then I will start working out in off-season football," he said.
Randle feels confident that he improved over his junior season, citing a new discipline on the field and in the weight room as cause for success.
"I hit a growth spurt, so that helped, but my speed got faster from running track. I haven't timed my forty in a while, but the last time it was a low 4.5 and I think that it could now be around a 4.4. I also really hit the weights harder," said Randle.
A look at the athlete's junior highlights below...