2022 WR Adam Randall (6-3 200) of Myrtle Beach added two more big-time offers from opposite ends of the country on Tuesday. Clemson and Oregon made their verbal pitches to Randall on the first day football recruiters would initiate contact with ’22 prospects. They join the likes of USC, Louisville, North Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Duke, Arkansas Mississippi State, Tennessee, Coastal Carolina and SC State on his offer sheet.
New Clemson receivers coach Tyler Grisham had been in contact with Randall for several months, and all those conversations led up to the big moment Tuesday when the offer was delivered.
“It was great hearing that they wanted to give me an offer and I was very excited. And it was a little different because me and coach Grisham have such a good relationship,” Randall said. “When I went to camp in the 9th grade, they put me with coach (Jeff) Scott so that I could be in front of him during the camp. But my 8th grade camp, I was paired with coach Grisham during camp. So we have been building a relationship for the past two years, and now every time I go up there I speak to him. The conversations have been talking about how to stay focused with everything crazy happening right now.”
Randall already has a lead group of schools in his mind, and that’s made up of Clemson, USC, Tennessee and Oregon.
“I’m just looking for a place to call home and somewhere that I fit,” Randall said. “I’m also looking for a place that I can go and play early and somewhere with a good connection. Many coaches say that they like my size, speed, and ability to break tackles. I feel like a strength in my game is my size advantage and my ability to get separated from other defenders.”
Randall plays in a high-powered offense that was led last season by USC freshman quarterback Luke Doty, and also highlighted receiver JJ Jones, a North Carolina commitment. He is currently ranked as the No. 176 player in the nation and the No. 4 player in South Carolina according to 247Sports.