2022 WR Adam Randall (6-3 200) of Myrtle Beach said Sunday night he has made his college decision, notified, that school and will make his announcement shortly after Noon on Christmas Day with a video on Twitter. Randall said his decision came from Clemson, USC, Oregon and Tennessee. Some of his other offers were Louisville, North Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Arkansas, Georgia, Missouri, LSU, Miami and Florida State.
“Their reaction was excitement because they have been recruiting me for a long time,” Randall said. “They are just really excited that I will be coming in to make a big impact on their program. My reasoning was this school has showed me a lot of love since the beginning. I’ve created a real connection with the coaches there. It just felt home to me. They are really good at receiver and they throw the ball around. They would move me around to different positions because they think I have the talent to play the slot and outside, which is what I primarily play. They are thinking about moving me around and make me fit anywhere in the offense where I can produce.”
Randall talked with USC receivers coach Joe Cox Sunday. He’s also talked with Clemson this week. Randall said only the school he’s chosen knows of his decision. He has developed a strong relationship in particular with Clemson receivers coach Tyler Grisham who he has grown to know thru camp experiences at Clemson.
This season Randall finished with 46 catches for 1009 yards and 9 touchdowns despite playing with a high ankle sprain throughout the playoffs. He is rated as a four-star in the 247Sports Composite and the #22 receiver in the 2022 class. He’s ranked 5th among the prospects in South Carolina for 2022.
Randall plans to sign in December o 2021 and will enroll in college in January.