Randall Set To Visit WFU

Last week, Greenville (N.C.) Rose watched their NCHSAA 4A basketball title hopes crumble during a 75-63 loss to New Hanover (N.C.). Despite seeing time mostly in a reserve role, forward Morgan Randall played a major part in Rose's success including a steal late in the fourth quarter that ultimately led to the game tying score that force overtime.

"The basketball season went really well," said Randall. "The team this entire year only lost three games; one of them being the last game. That last game was a tough loss because stuff wasn't going down for us."

There's no doubt basketball is an interest of Morgan's, but his meal ticket is football where the 6-foot-6, 245-pounder is being recruited as a defensive end/tight end, and maybe even offensive tackle for a coaching staff that feels they can put weight on him.

"No scholarship offers on the table," said Randall. "Right now it's probably [North] Carolina and [N.C.] State recruiting me the most. A lot of schools are just starting to send stuff now."

Due to his late start, Randall is reluctant to name any favorites until he finishes up his research which continues this week with quite a few campus tours.

"I'm still looking into colleges," said Randall. "For my spring break I'm going on college [unofficial] visits. I'm checking out William & Mary, Wake Forest, and I'm finishing up following my brother around at Chapel Hill."

Randall has already visited N.C. State, North Carolina, and East Carolina for their respective junior days.

On his way to earning Second Team All-Conference honors, Randall recorded 60 tackles including 7.5 sacks and 10 tackles for a loss.


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