Beaumont (Texas) Ozen running back Rodney Randle is coming off a strong junior season, and hopes to make an impression on colleges this spring.
"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...