September 15, 2008
Randolph serious prospect on, off field
BRANDYWINE, Md.--When Gwynn Park's second straight victory in a week was locked up, several Yellow Jacket teammates asked star defensive lineman Raynard Randolph if he wanted to go out Saturday night and socialize.
"Nah," he said quietly after the 33-14 romp over Central (Md.) here, "I'm not really into that kind of stuff. I'll probably just go home, watch a little football on TV, and study."
That's why he may be Metro Washington's best defensive lineman. "My Mother wants to throw me a graduation party, but I'm not really into it," he said.
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