SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- After an impressive first weekend on the EYBL circuit, class of 2017 combo-guard Brandon Randolph is beginning to gain national exposure.
The 6-foot-5 Westtown School prospect picked up an offer from Syracuse this morning, according to Pat Lawless. He also received an offer from Kansas last night.
Randolph runs with the PSA Cardinals. They went 3-0 this weekend, and he performed well in front of the nation's top coaches, including Jim Boeheim.
He averaged 11 points per game, which was dragged down by a three point performance on Sunday against the NY RENS. He scored a weekend-high 17 points against California Supreme on Saturday. The Cardinals needed all 17 in their 69-68 comeback victory.
The Orange now has offers out to four class of 2017 guards: Trevon Duval, Quade Green, Hamidou Diallo and Brandon Randolph.