Selected: Round 7, 215th overall
Size: 6-5, 307
College highlights: After beginning his college career as a defensive tackle, Randall started his final 35 games as a nose guard. He earned All-Big 12 Conference honors twice while at Texas. Randall had four career sacks and two blocked kicks in 2010 — a blocked extra point against Oklahoma and a blocked field goal against Florida Atlantic.
Personal info: Nicknamed "Big Money," Randall was born May 7, 1989 in Beaumont, Texas. ... He was enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts at Texas and was a member of UT's Athletics Director's Honor Roll in the spring of 2009. ... Was very active in community service while at Texas.
How he fits in: Randall may have played nose tackle in his last two seasons at Texas, but the Dolphins are expected to feature more of a four-man front next season. Randall is a good fit in that scheme, too, because of his run-stopping ability. He has compared his game to that of Minnesota DT Kevin Williams, and he's got a similar type of build. As a seventh-round pick, Randall is no lock to make the team, but he could earn a spot as a backup behind Paul Soliai and Randy Starks, particularly if Jared Odrick winds up at defensive end in the 4-3.
What he said: "I loved watching Kevin Williams, the fact is he's a bigger guy like myself and he moves really well, and Kyle VandenBosch and just all those bigger, taller defensive linemen that I have learned a lot from."
What Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland said: "He's big. He runs really good. He's got very long arms. We think he can play any position on the defensive line."