Garmon Randolph is a Baylor Bear
That is not the only surprise, but Matt Rhule and his staff want Randolph to play defensive end, not tight end. The 6-foot-6, 220 pound three-star out of Jefferson (Ga.) was recruited by every other staff to play offense, but the Bears see something different.
The decision was made just a few days ago.
IN HIS OWN WORDS
"I made my decision Sunday night. That is when I decided it was Baylor," said Randolph. "It was hard decision because I had to decide where I wanted to be the next three to four years, but I know my mind is made up and I can do anything I want there now.
"Baylor was the best opportunity for me to play, to be around great people and to focus on academics. There is a chance I could play tight end and defensive end there too, but if it is only defense, then it will be exciting to learn something new."