Randolph has Tennessee in Top Three

Tennessee new head Coach Derek Dooley has already had some great success recruiting the state of Georgia in his short tenure in Knoxville. It appears that the Vols have another Georgia prospect in its radar. Marietta's Brian Randolph recently returned from Rocky Top and Tennessee's Junior Day last Saturday. Go "Inside" for the latest on his recruitment.

Tennessee new head Coach Derek Dooley has already had some great success recruiting the state of Georgia in his short tenure in Knoxville.

It appears that the Vols have another Georgia prospect in its radar.

Marietta's Brian Randolph recently returned from Rocky Top and Tennessee's Junior Day last Saturday.

"I liked it a lot," Randolph told InsideTennessee.com. "It's a great environment and I really like the new coaching staff a lot."

The 5-foot-11, 185-pound safety already had an offer from the old staff and the new staff renewed it a few weeks ago.

"They made sure I knew I had a new offer from the new coaching staff," Randolph explained. "Getting a chance to meet all of the new coaches was a great opportunity."

Randolph was also impressed with Coach Dooley and his plans for the Tennessee Football Program.

"He wants me to be a part of something special he is building in Knoxville," Randolph said. "He told me he needs players like me to complete those plans."

Tennessee's facilities and plans for more improvements were also impressive to the Georgia native.

"They have great facilities already," Randolph said. "They keep building new stuff, it's amazing."

According to Randolph he has three early favorites that include the Vols.

"Tennessee, Florida and Georgia Tech are my top three right now," Randolph said. "They all three have offered me and there are things I like about each school."

"Florida is always a Top 10 program," Randolph said. "Georgia Tech is just 25 minutes from home, and I like the direction their program is headed in."


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