2006 (Junior) - Played in all 12 games, starting the season finale against TCU ... recorded 42 total tackles, including 20 unassisted ... notched 4.0 tackles for loss for 19 yards ... had 2.0 sacks for 11 yards and one pass breakup ... recorded a career-high 14 tackles vs. Navy, including four unassisted ... also had a tackle for loss in the game ... five tackles, a sack and two tackles for loss vs. Notre Dame ... six tackles, including four unassisted, and a sack for minus eight yards at TCU in his first-career start.
2005 (Sophomore) - Recorded four tackles, including three solos, in the Blue-Silver Spring Game ... listed second on depth chart coming out of spring drills.
2004 (Freshman) - Played on the junior varsity team.
High School - Lettered three years in football and four years in baseball ... team, county and district MVP in football as a senior ... second-team Greater San Antonio Area selection at running back ... two-time first-team all-district selection at different positions in baseball ... team MVP as a senior ... football coach was Lin Havron.
Personal - Parents are Tate and Gail Randle ... his father played in the NFL for six years with the Dolphins, Colts and Oilers ... he also played four seasons in the Arena Football League and is a member of the Arena Football Hall of Fame ... has a younger sister, Jade (18) ... born Nov. 3, 1985 ... majoring in biology ... member of cadet squadron 16, the Chickenhawks ... member of National Honor Society and was an academic all-state selection in high school ... attended Operation Air Force at Hickam AFB, Hawaii this past summer ... completed a summer academics class in English ... active in his squadron as the element leader ... hobbies include fishing, hunting and playing the fiddle ... favorite TV show is 24 ... enjoys listening to George Strait, Pat Green, Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn ... favorite movie is 300 ... his greatest sports moment was recovering an onside kick against Navy ... what he likes most about coach Calhoun and the coaching staff is the tenacity, vigor and aggressiveness they bring to the team ... credits his family as having the biggest influence on his sports career.
Randle's Career Statistics
Year G UT-AT TT TFL Sacks
2006 12 20-22 42 4.0-19 2.0-11