Tallahassee safety has U of L among options

Kendall Randolph has more than 25 scholarship offers from some of the top colleges across the country. Included in that mix for the Tallahassee, Fla., Lincoln High School is the University of Louisville. So what does Randolph think of the Cardinals?

Tallahassee, Fla., Lincoln safety Kendall Randolph Jr. has his pick of a college.

The 5-foot-11, 170-pound three-star prospect has more than 25 offers and is expected to make a visit to reigning national champion Alabama this month.

One of his offers was a recent call from the University of Louisville and Randolph said the Cardinals are a school he will "have to take a look at."

"I don't know as much now as I will, but I do know the coaches at Louisville have great relationship with their players," he said. "They have a good program."

Randolph, who is ranked as the No. 31 safety in the country by Scout.com, also holds offers from Arizona, Stanford, Georgia, Arkansas, Kentucky, Auburn, Florida State, Tennessee, South Carolina, Mississippi and more.

"I don't have a top school or a final list yet," he said.

When asked where the Cardinals fit into the mix, Randolph said "Louisville will definitely be a program I consider for the top of my list."

Randolph has 10 interceptions during the past two seasons, including six INTs and two returned for touchdowns as a junior.

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