Coming off a stellar junior season for Madison (Ala.) Bob Jones High School, Levi Randolph has offers from eight schools.
With a state championship and MVP honors under his belt, Randolph, a 6-foot-5, 180-pound all purpose perimeter player, has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Miami, Baylor, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Florida State.
Known for his ability to score, Randolph developed another integral part of his game on his state championship run.
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"In the playoffs I became more of a leader," said Randolph. "That was important and that was good."
Coaches from Ole Miss, UAB, Florida State and Alabama were in the stands at the state tournament as Randolph put up 20 points in both the semifinals and championship game.
Not in a rush to make a decision on a college, Randolph would like to end the process before school starts next fall. He has already visited Alabama and Vanderbilt and would like to visit all the schools that have offered him before making a decision.
When it comes time to make a decision, Randolph has a couple things in particular that he will consider.
"I want to go to a college that has the best interest in the players," he said. "I'd like to come in and play right away. And I want to play for a coach that develops players for the next level."
Randolph, who is the No. 79 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, averaged 23 points and 10 rebounds per game.