The junior already has four verbal offers from Georgia, Tennessee, Vanderbilt and South Carolina. Georgia Tech hasn't offered yet, but Randolph suspects they will soon. These five schools were the ones he mentioned were recruiting him. It seems one of those schools may stand out. "Georgia is probably recruiting me the hardest," he said.
Brian camped this past summer at Georgia and Georgia Tech. "Both were great, they were pretty good. I feel I performed pretty well," he said. As for this fall, Randolph said he hasn't lined up any visits but plans on going to a few games. "I'll probably go to a Georgia game, some Georgia Tech games, and a Tennessee game."
Brian's brother, Justin Randolph, plays for the Yellow Jackets in Atlanta. Could that be a factor in his recruitment?
"Yeah, probably, if he likes it [at Tech]. I may want to play with him. I don't know yet."
Tech has another player on its roster from Kell High School as well in Jonathan Dwyer. Does he have any relationship with Dwyer?
"Yes, we're friends. My brother rooms with him."
What will be most important to Brian when visiting schools and trying to choose the right one?
"Probably my position coach, I want to see how he will be."
Friday night, Brian and Kell HS lost their first game of the season to Woodstock 17-0. "I did well on defense," he said, "but not too well on offense. We still can have a good season."
Brian didn't have too much to say right now about recruiting; however it seems there are five schools that have got an early jump in recruiting him. Things are sure to pick up for him even in the next few weeks.