Weight: 204 pounds
40 Yard Dash: 4.65
Bench Press: N/A
Vertical Jump: 35″
Broad Jump: 123″
Scouting Report/Player Notes
Balance, vision, speed, breakaway ability–Joseph Randle has it all. The Junior tailback from Wichita, Kansas is about as complete a running back as you will find in the country. It’s interesting, because he’s been able to be so productive in an offense that is primarily pass-oriented and doesn’t feature the running back a whole heck of a lot. As a sophomore, he carried the ball a mere 208 times and finished with over 1,200 yards, 24 touchdowns, and 5.85 yards per carry. He also was able to catch the ball 45 times out of the backfield, and add another two touchdowns in the receiving department. Randle has excellent burst and cutback ability, and he knows how to be patient and wait for holes to develop. Tough runner with a lot of length, not as much bulk for the position as we’re used to, but he consistently falls forward and fights for extra yardage. Very valuable three-down tailback who will make an impact at the NFL level. I could see him leaving early after his junior season and being a top 64 pick.
Career Highlights (via Oklahoma State athletics site)
2011 First-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press
2011 Second-Team All-Big 12, Coaches
2012 First-Team All-Big 12, Coaches (Unanimous pick)
2012 First-Team All-Big 12, Associated Press
2012 Doak Walker Award Semifinalist
The latest in a long line of impressive running backs at Oklahoma State … A two-time All-Big 12 selection … Doak Walker semifinalist in 2012 … Finished his career eighth in OSU history in career rushing yards with 3,085, fourth in career rushing touchdowns (40) and 10th in career scoring with 258 points … That point total is fourth all-time among OSU running backs … Was part of the inaugural Pony Express Award, which is presented to the most productive teammates in the country … He joined Brandon Weeden and Justin Blackmon in earning the honor … His 40 rushing touchdowns came in 39 career games … Over the last two seasons he had 38 rushing touchdowns in 26 games … Is just the sixth player in OSU history with multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons, joining Heisman runner-up Terry Miller (the only Cowboy with three 1,000-yard seasons), NFL Hall-of-Famer Thurman Thomas, David Thompson, Tatum Bell and two-time All-American Kendall Hunter.
Video Highlights (via YouTube)