His numbers on the stat sheet have been impressive. But then, Quentin Randolph always knew he could be a go-to receiver for the University of West Florida Argonauts.
Yet, as much as the stats stand out for the Navarre alum, it’s what doesn’t show up in the box score that highlights where Randolph has made his biggest strides as a football player.
Randolph, now with the 2018 season in the books and his attention turned to his senior season in 2019, has gone from former walk-on to a player looked upon as a leader.
“He has no problem holding guys to a higher level of accountability,” UWF head coach Pete Shinnick said. “He has no problem making sure everyone is doing their job right. Quentin isn’t perfect, but at the same time, he knows he’s going to give a great effort.”
It’s a role he embraces.
“I have younger players looking up to me now,” Randolph said. “It’s awesome when you are a leader.”
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