"I have a few more offers that I know of, some that I don't know of. I know I have Ole Miss and Vanderbilt. Other than that, I haven't really been worried about anything else. I've just been waiting to see how everything unfolds after the season," Randolph said.
"I'm just trying to focus on playoffs."
While he has been focused on his season, Randolph has still been watching a lot of college games this season and following some schools that are recruiting him.
He was also on hand at Florida State to watch the Seminoles welcome the Gators last Saturday.
"I thought it was a great win on the road (for Florida). Florida really played together and overcame adversity throughout the game to come out on top in the end," he said.
While he fills several roles for his Lincoln team, Randolph says most schools are recruiting him as a corner. He says the coaches recruiting him say there is a lot to like.
"(They like) how competitive I am, my work ethic. I'm coachable, a lot of coaches have told me that, that I pick up on things easily. I think that's an advantage that I have," he said.
Randolph has no leaders and a decision won't be coming anytime soon, but he hopes to visit Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, and Florida State when his season is finished. It's early, but he'll already be evaluating the programs.
"I just want to go somewhere where I know I'm comfortable," he said.
Lincoln continues its quest for a state title and they'll take on Oviedo Friday night in the regional semifinals. Stay tuned to FOX Sports NEXT for the latest on Randolph's recruitment.