May 16, 2006

Nine standing out for Anthony Randolph

Anthony Randolph is a name new to basketball fans in the state of Texas, but is a name that has been known around the country for some time. Randolph moved to the Dallas area from Arkansas last year and did not miss a beat despite being limited due to transfer rules. He played in only 11 games for Woodrow Wilson, averaging 18.2 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.3 assists.

With the continued success on the hardwood, the college coaches have come in numbers to attempt to recruit the 6-foot-9 wing forward. While many have tried, nine programs are currently on the list of Rivals.com's No. 7 prospect in the 2007 class. Randolph's uncle Will Marsaw says to expect the list of nine to be cut to five or six by summers end.

"Anthony is considering nine schools. They are Baylor, Texas, North Carolina, Kentucky, Memphis, UCLA, Illinois, Louisville and Georgetown. They are all being seriously considered," Marsaw said.

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