Georgia Bulldogs: kendall randolph

SEC class rankings analysis 

January, 22, 2014
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The SEC continues to dominate the Recruiting Nation class rankings nationally, with 13 of the 14 programs in the conference ranked in the top 40. That includes four of the top five, seven of the top 10 and 10 of the top 30. As expected, Alabama continues to lead the pack, and the Crimson Tide has a large lead coming down the stretch.

ESPN 300 CB names UGA his leader 

July, 8, 2013
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ATHENS, Ga. -- The Georgia coaching staff is looking for another cornerback in the Class of 2014 to pair with ESPN 300 athlete commit Malkom Parrish (Quitman, Ga./Brooks County). Its chances improved over the weekend as another ESPN 300 standout Kendall Randolph (Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln) named the Bulldogs as his leader, followed by Florida State and South Carolina.


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The next few days are very important for the University of Georgia’s recruiting, as the staff is set to host a 7-on-7 camp Thursday and Friday, followed by a one-day prospect camp on Saturday. Hundreds of prospects will be in attendance, including several top targets. Here are five storylines to watch this week.

Chance to impress Sims

ESPN 150 wide receiver Cameron Sims (Monroe, La./Ouachita Parish High School) might be the highest-rated prospect in the 2014 class visiting this weekend. Expect the Bulldogs’ coaching staff to make sure he feels wanted while he is there. Another ESPN 150 wide receiver target, Josh Malone (Gallatin, Tenn./Station Camp), was on campus last week, and with a smaller class this recruiting cycle, Georgia might only have room to take one more wideout. Sims has visited Auburn, Ole Miss and Mississippi State this week as well, but his coach said last weekend that Alabama was the team to beat. Georgia will do its best to change that Saturday, so expect the 6-foot-4, 190-pound receiver to get a lot of love during the Mark Richt Camp.

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ATHENS, Ga. -- The big news out of Athens this week concerned raises for each of Mark Richt’s football assistants -- including a big raise and new three-year contract for offensive coordinator Mike Bobo.

Bobo received a $240,000 pay bump to $575,000 per year and assistants Will Friend and Tony Ball also got sizable raises, but all nine Richt assistants received a pay increase of some sort.

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Dawgs solidify offer to Watch List DB 

March, 6, 2013
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Early on in the recruitment of ESPN Watch List defensive back Kendall Randolph (Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln), one of the first offers he was told he received was from the University of Georgia. But having minimal contact with the staff over the next year, Randolph was unsure of whether or not he had an actual offer from the Bulldogs. He got his answer during a phone call with assistant coach John Lilly last week.


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Inside the DawgHouse 

February, 1, 2013
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Heading in to the last weekend before signing day, the news is coming fast and furious, as Georgia chases after its top targets and prepares for a breakneck end to the 2013 recruiting cycle. Here is a quick recap of news that has broken on The Pound in the last 24 hours.


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Green, Smith among '14 CBs to watch 

October, 24, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- As Georgia closes out its 2013 recruiting class, the Bulldogs coaching staff is hitting the road and the film room to evaluate the next crop of talented recruits. A few offers have already gone out to some members of the Class of 2014, but each week new names emerge.

We are going to take a position-by-position look at a number of the 2014 prospects whose profile pages you may want to add to your favorites. Here is a look at the cornerbacks Georgia has offered or has on its radar.

Needs: 2-3. Committed: none

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2014 DB Randolph optimistic after FNL 

July, 29, 2012
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Among the nearly one dozen offers that Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln defensive back Kendall Randolph has, there isn't one from Florida. At the University of Florida's Friday Night Lights, the 5-foot-11, 170-pound defensive back worked out in hopes of changing that.

After the showcase Randolph felt confident that Florida would be the next program to offer.

"Coach [Travaris] Robinson told me a lot of good things and worked with me quite a bit," Randolph said. "It was a good event and I thought I showed the coaches enough good things. When I talked to Coach Robinson he was pretty optimistic at where I could fit in here."

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2014 DB Randolph updates recruitment 

July, 22, 2012
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With close to double-digit offers on the books already, Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln defensive back Kendall Randolph is ready to get his junior season started.

The class of 2014 player will finish up his offseason camp participation with Friday Night Lights this coming weekend at Florida. Last week, the 5-foot-11, 173-pound junior took part in Jimbo Fisher's football camp at Florida State.

The one event he wasn't able to make was the Dawg Night showcase at Georgia.

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