Quentin Randolph was disappointed but not rattled when he learned his pro day at Florida A&M was canceled because of COVID-19.
It wasn’t easy digesting the news the door of opportunity that was once open had now been slammed shut. But then, finding ways to hurdle obstacles is something Randolph is familiar with.
“Me and adversity are best friends,” Randolph said. “I can’t get upset because of how far I’ve come. I’m proud of my accomplishments and ready to make this next one. I know I’ve done everything I could do. And I’m still doing everything I can to get to the next level. I just have to keep my head high.”
He was a walk-on at the University of West Florida coming out of Navarre, barely seeing the field his first two years.
But those final two seasons were the most impressive for the 6-foot-1, 195-pound receiver. Particularly as a senior when he cemented himself as one of the greatest receivers in program history.
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