Posted On: 10/1/15 10:00 AM

October 1, 2015

Davenport Central guard Tirique Randolph proved he is one of the up-and-coming guards from the eastern side of the state after his stellar sophomore campaign last season.

He was good enough to start varsity and averaged 9.4 points per game, while leading the team with 51 assists -- even capturing the attention of the state’s premier grassroots program, the Iowa Barnstormers.

Still though, the 6-foot junior has yet to see or hear from any college recruiters.

“No I have not (been recruited),” said Randolph. “I think about that all the time, maybe I won’t maybe I will -- but even if I don’t I’ll still go to college and do what I have to do.”

This past offseason Randolph played intermittently with the Barnstormers, and says gaining strength and his jumpshot were areas he worked on most.

“I thought I shot the ball well, I’ve been working on my shot a lot more lately. And we have a workout program at our school and I’ve been going to that this summer,” said Randolph. “Other than that I’ve just been working on my game trying to get quicker.”

The 6-foot combo guard says his feel for the game

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