Despite a strong stat line for top 2007 prospect Anthony Randolph, Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas, Texas, struggled to 14-14 record on the year. Randolph, a 6-foot-10, 210-pound power forward, has five schools at the top of his list as he enters the spring evaluation period.
"Anthony likes North Carolina, Memphis, Baylor, Kentucky and Texas in no particular order," said Woodrow Wilson head coach Patrick Washington. "All of them have offered."
Randolph, who averaged 20 points, 12 rebounds and 3.5 blocks per game this year, is a well rounded big man with the capability of being brilliant at times.
"Anthony was unbelievable at times this year," said Washington. "He can do a lot of different things on the floor. The best thing he did for us was make the players around him better. He can step out and attack off the dribble, and he blocked a lot of shots for us on defense.
"He is working on improving his ball handling. He also needs to get bigger and stronger. If he does that, the sky is the limit for him."
Ranked the No. 25 prospect in the class of 2007, Randolph is expected to run with the Dallas Mustangs on the AAU circuit.