Anthony Randolph has already established himself as one of the truly elite players in the class of 2007. the 6-foot-10, 210-pound power forward from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas, Texas, is wide-open when it comes to his recruitment and a number of elite level college basketball programs have already dropped by to get a closer look at the five-star prospect.
"My recruitment is going good," said Randolph. "There are a lot of schools showing interest in me right now. I am just trying to focus on my academics right now and have not spent much time thinking about or worrying about my recruitment.
"Illinois, Baylor, SMU, Southern California are the schools that have been by to see me," he added. "North Carolina is supposed to come down and see me in the future, but I don't know exactly when they are going to come down."
Randolph, the No. 25 ranked player in the class, was quick to admit that he is wide-open at this stage of his recruitment. His top priority at this time is taking care of business in the classroom, but the five-star prospect indicated that he does intend to take all five official visits in the future.
"Yes, I do plant to use all five official visits," said Randolph. "I am trying to figure out what schools I am seriously interested in and would like to make a list. I am wide-open right now and have not made any decisions about what schools to visit."
Anthony Randolph Audible: I'm looking for a school that will suit me in my abilities and one day, hopefully, help me get to the NBA." -Anthony Randolph