SoCal RB beginning to make a move

Running back Bradley Randle (5-8, 195, 4.5) is a big reason why Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta is off to a perfect 4-0 start.
Randle can beat a team in many different ways. He can run, block, catch and return kicks. In one game this season, he had 224 all-purpose yards and he didn't even play the entire game because Vista Murrieta had the game in hand.
Just last week, against highly rated Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) Los Osos, Randle torched them for 195 yards and two touchdowns to spearhead 38-21 victory.
In four games so far his senior season, Randle has rushed for 381 yards on 64 attempts while averaging 6.0 yards per carry and three 3 rushing touchdowns. He has also been a threat out of the backfield catching the ball with eight receptions for 100 yards and one receiving touchdown while averaging 12.5 yards per catch. He is also an outstanding kick returner who has returned a kick 95 yards for pay dirt.
On the recruiting trail, Randle has two offers on the table from UNLV and New Mexico. San Diego State is close to offering and Fresno State is also showing Randle a lot of interest.
Besides above schools, UCLA and Arizona have called Randle since September 1st. New Mexico, San Diego State, Fresno State and Arizona are talking to Randle about visits.
Randle recently went to the UCLA/Arizona game two weeks.
Randle's talents aren't limited to the gridiron, he is also a standout baseball player. He plays outfield and third base and had 15 stolen bases as a junior. UCLA, San Diego State, Arizona, Arizona State and CSUN are recruiting him for baseball his baseball skills.
What is Randle looking for in a school?
"I hope to play both sports in college," Randle said. "I love both sports equally.
"I want to go to a school with good coaches and a good college life with a positive environment," Randle said. "Good academics will also be important because I want a good education."
Randle has outstanding athletic bloodlines. His dad is former MLB baseball player Lenny Randle. His cousin is UCLA point guard legend Tyus Edney. His other cousin is current UCLA wide receiver Terrence Austin and third cousin, Chris Smith was drafted by the New York Yankees last spring out of Compton (Calif.) Dominguez.
A hard worker on and off the field, Randle squats 425, benches 315, power cleans 225 and has recorded an outstanding 36-inch vertical.