Randle, who says he recently clocked in a 4.35 forty-yard time at his high school, had twenty touchdowns and 1200 rushing yards last fall.
"Really my junior season overall went well. It was a good season for me statistically. The biggest disappointment was that it ended shortly," he said.
Randle is starting to hear from a few smaller programs, but says there are some specific programs from whom he's hoping to hear.
"I've been hearing from some schools, but I'm hoping recruiting will pick up a bit. I really like Baylor, Texas Tech, Houston, Clemson and Wisconsin. I like that Baylor is an upcoming school and it's a program I'd like to be a part of. Texas Tech just has an atmosphere that I like. Really, I like all of those schools," he said.
He's planning to take in a few camps this summer, and believes he has what it takes to play running back at the collegiate level.
"I'm good at following my blocks and just doing the little things to make plays for my team," he said.