SDS Recruiting Basketball: Interview 2013 PG Brandon Randolph

*This is an older interview and could be out of date.

6′ Brandon Randolph Drives Baseline For Sick One Handed Dunk

6′ Brandon Randolph Drives Baseline For Sick One Handed Dunk

I had the opportunity to conduct an interview with a point guard from the class of 2013 Brandon Randolph. (Brandon: St. Bernard and AAU: Team Jennings-2013) Brandon is a 6 foot 190 pound Point Guard out of Playa del Rey, California. He is one of the best Point Guard’s in the class of 2013; 89 Grade 3 Stars; 36th Position; 23rd Regional and 17th State (California.) He is rated as a 4 Star on the majority of rivals sites. I created a list of 10 questions that I believe our audience would find interesting about the life of a young basketball recruit. These are the questions that I asked Brandon, followed with his answers.

Interview with Point Guard Brandon Randolph Class of 2013.

Question: What universities are in your top 5? What are the 5 universities that you have been in contact with the most? San Diego State University, Stanford, Pepperdine and USC thats it.

Brandon Randolph

Brandon Randolph

Question: What do you look for in a University?

Brandon: I look for a good environment and I feel comfortable around the coaches and the university.

Question: Does the fan base of the university make an impact on your recruitment?

Brandon:  Yeah it does, because it’s good to have fans supporting you.

Question: Based off of national media and fan bases, do you care about what conference you play?

Brandon: Naw it still the same if you are a good player in whatever conference they will find you.

Question: What do you consider to be your best attribute?

Brandon: Scoring that’s what I do best.

Question:  What would you say your work ethic is like?

Brandon:I work soo hard on my game and I work on it everyday I might not be the first person in the gym but I am the last and I stay on my teammates. I work so hard in my workouts until I can’t shoot anymore.

Question: What would you consider to be your strength?

Brandon: I would say my strengths rebounding and transition.

Question: What would you consider to be your weakness?

Brandon: My weakness is finishing the whole game as I started. I take some plays off that I shouldn’t and I’m gone always be working on my handles.

Question: During the off-season, what areas of your game do you work on most?

Brandon: I work on my shooting an just keep in shape and in the summer I just work on my all around game. Basically work on being a point guard.

Question: What college or NBA Athlete do you idolize and how do their skill sets match yours?

Russell Westbrook is what I compare myself to, we just have the same explosiveness and how create to get our shot is the same.

About DavidSDSU (1272 Articles)
I graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Media Studies. I am also the Founder and CEO of San Diego Sports Domination. I am an award winning blogger and have been covering San Diego State Athletics and San Diego Sports for the past 10 years. I have written many guest articles and have appeared in many podcasts. I am also the team photographer for the San Diego Silverbacks, San Diego Surf (WPSL) and San Diego Strike Force. At my day job, I am a Live Coverage and Studio Coordinator at STN Digital a Digital Marketing Agency that works in the Sports & Entertainment Industry. We work with the biggest sports & entertainment companies in the world.

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