One of the elite overall individual talents in the state of Arizona is on the move for his senior season. On Friday, former Phoenix Christian High School ultra-athletic and skilled guard prospect Tommy Randolph announced on social media that he will be leaving for his senior season - landing at Pinnacle High School and now competing in the state's 6A Division. Randolph previously played in the state's 2A Division, where he put up tremendous numbers as a junior and sophomore, and now will look to make Pinnacle much stronger this season, while also looking to improve his college recruitment as a senior.
Randolph is one of the top sleeper prospects in the state, after putting up big numbers throughout his high school career. While soaring under the recruiting radar for some time now, Randolph recently received his first scholarship offer from Cal State Dominguez Hills University, a strong Division-II program in Southern California. He will now look to team up with talented 6-foot-7 senior forward Braylon Johnson to make a formidable duo for Head Coach Charlie Wilde.
Randolph is worthy of more offers, as he is one of the top individual producers on the basketball court in the West. As a junior last season, Randolph averaged eye-popping numbers and was one of the top overall scorers in the state - averaging 25.9 points per/game. He also averaged 22.5 points per/game as a sophomore. Randolph is one of the most difficult players in the state to defend, and he has proven it consistently.
Randolph is an excellent addition for the Pinnacle program. I will continue to follow Randolph's college recruitment closely, and bring you any recruiting updates as they continue to develop for him. This is a huge addition for the Pinnacle basketball program.
Arizona Hoop Review Scouting Report: Randolph is a serious athlete with a college-ready body already for himself. He will eventually become a plug-and-play prospect as a result. He is a big-time shooter and scorer of the basketball with excellent range and form on his shot. He stretches the defense consistently, which opens up his ability to score off the dribble. He is a strong finisher in the lane and also has an advanced mid-range game for himself as well. He has very good body control and can play through contact. He is excellent in the open floor, where he is a big-time dunker in transition and goes hard to the rim. He is a strong ball handler and is capable of playing multiple perimeter positions on the court. A versatile offensive performer and prospect that is advanced for his young age.