Class of 2006 signee Morgan Randall won't enroll at North Carolina until this summer, but he stopped by Chapel Hill last weekend to meet the Tar Heels' new offensive line coach and help UNC get a jump-start on the recruitment of the class of 2007 at Junior Day.
As if winning three straight NCHSAA 4-A Championships isn't enough, Greenville Rose put together as perfect of a season as a high school can have – its first undefeated season of 16-0, including six shutouts.
January 12, 2006
ROEBUCK, S.C. -- While his future is at offensive tackle, Morgan Randall will play one last game as a defensive lineman – the Shrine Bowl.
December 15, 2005
The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas takes place this weekend in Spartanburg, S.C. The players took a trip to the Shriners Hospital in Greenville to visit with some of the children.
December 12, 2005
Greenville (N.C.) Rose standout Morgan Randall committed to North Carolina this past weekend. Check out highlight footage from the junior season of this 6-6 jumbo athlete ...
Fresh off the announcement that Johnny White has committed to North Carolina, the Tar Heels reeled in Morgan Randall, a 6-foot-6, 245-pound jumbo athlete from Greenville (N.C.) Rose.
Greenville (N.C.) Rose offensive lineman Morgan Randall has been offered a scholarship by North Carolina and East Carolina. He also has the option to attend the Naval Academy.