One school that has been in with Randle since the new coaching staff took over is N.C. State.
"It's going great," Randle said of his relationship with the Pack. "Those are all great guys. I know a lot of the players there, so, it's been a great relationship so far."
One of the key selling points was incoming freshman Rodney Purvis. Purvis and Randle are good friends, and Purvis has been recruiting Randle to join him in Raleigh.
"He was the one that put me on N.C. State," Randle said of Purvis. "I'd definitely play with Rodney. That's something that I'd really consider because we have such a good friendship."
The coaching staff is also selling Randle on how he fits in with the Pack.
"They have a lot of pieces leaving, so I'd fit right in perfectly for their system," he said, "and they could really see me in their system."
Besides NC State, Randle says he's also considering Texas, Kentucky, Kansas, North Carolina, Duke, Baylor and Florida, along with some other schools.
Randle wants to finish out the summer before he wants to focus on cutting his list down and start making strides toward his decision.
"Maybe after the summer I'll sit down and make a list; see where I want to take some visits," he said.
Randle also doesn't have a plan when he wants to sign, but though he may not sign in the early period, he won't rule it out.
"I'll probably wait," he said, "but nothing is set for sure."
But one thing for now that is for sure is his thoughts of the Wolfpack.
When asked, "could you see yourself at a place like N.C. State," he simply replied with a stern one-word answer: "Yeah."