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Lighting it up: Quentin Randolph back in the football spotlight as star in IFL

| Brian Lester

As the pandemic ramped up in March of 2020, forcing a shutdown of the nation, the lights went out on Quentin Randolph’s dream of playing football beyond college.

His pro day at Florida A&M, where 15-16 NFL scouts were expected to be on hand, had been canceled. That meant the former Navarre and University of West Florida wide receiver, now living on his own, knew he had to literally still keep the lights on even if the lights had dimmed on his dream.

 

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