Growing up in Madison and playing through the recreational leagues as a youngster, Randolph has always been a student of the game of basketball. Randolph remembered being a ball boy at local major high school basketball tournaments and intently watching the older players and learning their skills. He also wanted to someday play college basketball and then advance to become a player in the NBA.For the 6-foot-5, 205-pound guard, Randolph felt as bad as anyone after personally experiencing the dismal season Alabama posted.
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