Quentin Randolph became the latest member of the first University of West Florida recruiting class in program history.
Randolph, a standout wide receiver at Navarre High School, signed his national letter of intent with the Argonauts today.
“It’s everything I’ve been waiting for my entire career,” Randolph said. “I’m really excited, especially getting the chance to be part of a new program.”
Randolph missed his entire junior season after breaking his leg in a scrimmage. But he came back strong as a senior, catching 62 passes for 801 yards and seven touchdowns, helping the Raiders finish 9-3 and earn a trip to the playoffs.
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— Brian Lester