#44 Doug Randolph
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014): Played in six games (Michigan, Purdue, Navy, Northwestern, Louisville and USC) predominantly on special teams … aided the Irish on defensive scout team during much of the regular season … picked up an assisted tackle against Louisville (Nov. 22) … one of 12 first-year players to debut on defense this season.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013): Did not see game action during the season.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Helped Woodberry Forest School in WoodberryForest, Virginia, to 7-3 mark as senior in 2012, making 33 tackles (12 solo), 10.5 sacks, 12hurries, one fumble caused and one pass broken up … ranked 142nd player nationally onESPN 300 list … rated 134th on Rivals 250 list … ranked 10th on Rivals.com list of outsidelinebackers … ranked 31st among outside linebackers on Scout 300 by Scout.com … only passreception in 2012 went for 41 yards and a TD vs. Collegiate … had nine tackles and 4.5 sacksin 52-13 win over Kiski in 2012 … as a junior in 2011 made 47 tackles, nine tackles for loss,seven sacks and forced a fumble … selected for U.S. Army All-American Bowl and played forEast squad … also played as long-stick midfielder in lacrosse … from same high school ascurrent Irish senior C.J. Prosise and sophomore Greer Martini … played for coach ClintAlexander … son of David and Renita Randolph … enrolled in the Mendoza College ofBusiness, majoring in management consulting.
Randolph’s Career Statistics
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