Wichita (Kan.) Southeast four-star running back Joseph Randle already has a slew of offers from programs all over the nation.
Non-local schools like Arizona, Illinois, Miami, Ole Miss and Stanford join Big 12 programs like Kansas, Kansas State, Missouri and Texas A&M. Another national program joined the fray on Tuesday, and offered Randle an option he's excited about.
"I got an offer from Boston College today," Randle said. "I know they have a very good program, and have a great tradition."
Randle also said a few other things jump out about the Eagle offer.
"It's Boston," he said. "It's a great location, and a place that is a big city setting."
Randle is being recruited at BC by a familiar face. Dave Brock, who first met Randle as an assistant coach at Kansas State, is recruiting Randle for the Eagles.
Randle said he's not rushing the recruiting process still and is keeping an open mind toward the national programs that are recruiting him, but local schools like Kansas, Kansas State, Missouri and others have done an impressive job so far in the spring evaluation process with him.
"I've gotten a great vibe from the local schools," he said. "But I'm not going to only focus on them. I have to explore all of my options."