Randall Has Some Options

Despite Saturday's loss to Pittsburgh (PA) Central Catholic, Woodland Hills' Harry Randall had a season to remember, highlighted by a ten-game winning streak.

Harry Randall finished his senior season at quarterback for Woodland Hills.

The 6-0, 185-pound Randall accounted for 137 of his team's 141 yards of total offense--56 passing and 81 on the ground on 19 carries with a touchdown.

"I'm really proud of these kids, I'm going to miss this senior class," Woodland Hills head coach George Novak said after the game. "We only had 14 seniors. We have some great athletes."

Randall is being recruited as a safety, and lists offers from Massachusetts and West Virginia for the moment.

At times, in Saturday's 27-7 loss to Central Catholic, it looked like Randall had to be taken out of the game because of so much contact. One thing most noticeable about his performance Saturday, his toughness.

Including Saturday's performance, Randall threw for 856 yards and nine touchdowns this season, 781 rushing yards and 13 rushing scores.

Now, the attention turns to recruiting.

"I still have to take my SATs, then I'm going to set up my visits," Randall said. "I'm looking at West Virginia and Georgia Tech. I visited Georgia Tech over the summer, but not an official. I just have to get my SATs, then I'll take my visits."

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