When the final list came out, the 5A-first-team All-State roster in Texas, the most productive state in the country in terms of putting out Division 1 football players, defensive tackle Thaddeus Randle was at the top. But when you ask the Husker commit how he got there, he won't enthrall you with descriptions about his size, strength or technique. He says it's all about heart.
December 24, 2008
In the drama that is recruiting, it is suspense that sells. Therefore, when a prospect commits (especially when he does it early), a certain amount of luster is lost. The truth is, most fans care deeply about how or what their commits are doing. This is precisely why Scout.com places an emphasis on those whose future is set. Scout.com catches up with Nebraska commit, Thaddeus Randle.
November 7, 2008
It was not much of a game as North Shore came out early with the intention of not letting the Port Arthur Memorial Titans in the game. A vicious defense set the tone ealy on and put the game to rest before it had a chance to get going. One of the leaders is Thad Randle and Scout.com talked to him after the game.
October 11, 2008
Committing to a school without seeing it first is a bit of a risk. There is always a chance that something isn't right and the recruit decides to go somewhere else. For Thaddeus Randle, things couldn't have been better at Nebraska. The Nebraska commitment was blown away by what he saw on his trip and his commitment remains solid.
September 28, 2008