There was a time when Anthony Randolph had planned to take four official visits before making a decision about his future. However, it appears that the 6-foot-10, 210-pound small forward from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas, Texas, has had a change of heart. Randolph, the No. 16 ranked player in the class of 2007, has trimmed his list of schools and only two remain.
"Anthony is now looking at just two schools," said Randolph's uncle. "LSU and Texas are the final two schools on Anthony's list. He was going to take an official visit to Kansas on October, 13, but that visit is no longer going to happen.
"Kansas and Georgetown have been elimated," he added. "Anthony is going to decide between Texas and LSU."
Randolph, the No. 4 ranked small forward in the class of 2007, took an official visit to Texas during the weekend of September 8. Additionally, Randolph took an official visit to Georgetown the following weekend and just recently returned home from an official visit to LSU.
The five-star prospect had originally planned to take an official visit to Kansas before making a decision about his future, but those plans have changed. Now that Randolph has trimmed his list to two, a decision will likely be made in the immediate future.
Anthony Randolph Scouting Report: "Far from a polished prospect, Randolph, a long, athletic lefty, has the tools to be a big time player. He handles and passes the ball proficiently for a player his size. He is constantly a threat to turn a steal or defensive rebound into a scoring opportunity on the other end, and he also has a very nice shooting stroke although his shot selection can be questionable. Not much of a post up player, Randolph does his damage around the basket as an offensive rebounder. The sky is the limit for Randolph if he gets stronger and learns to discipline his game." - Jerry Meyer of Rivals.com.