Louisiana junior off to good start

Bastrop, La., is known for producing some great prospects each year and one of the school's top players from the 2009 class is already generating a lot of buzz. Meet 6-foot-3, 195-pound receiver Rueben Randle.
"I'm the type of receiver that catches everything and can take it to the house on every play," Randle, who was recently named as one of's 100 to Watch for 2009, said.
"I've got good size, good quickness and I think my hands are great, too. I think my route running is another strength. I can go up and get the football. There's not anybody that can cover me."
Randle is proving that he belongs among the nation's best in his early games. In his first game of the season, he put on offensive show.
"We won 30-0," he said. "I had four catches for 122 yards and two touchdowns. Right now I'm just trying to work hard and get better this season."
Randle said he's still searching for his first official scholarship offer in writing, but he's been getting plenty of mail since coaches could start sending 2009 prospects information on Sept. 1.
"I've been hearing from LSU, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Miami, Alabama, Ole Miss and Stanford," he said. "I'm going to try and make it a couple games this season. I might go to some of the closer schools like LSU or Alabama."
If he had to pick a top school or two at this point, he said a few would stand out.
"LSU, Alabama and Mississippi State would be up there right now," he said. "I don't know if location will play a factor. I don't think so."