Chasson Randle is a 6’2″ combo guard from Rock Island, Illinois. Last summer, he won a gold medal as a member of the USA U16 National Team in the FIBA Americas Tournament in Argentina. This past high school season Randle lost in the Illinois state sectional final to Jereme Richmond’s Peoria Richwood’s team, despite contributing twenty-two points and thirteen rebounds. With a reported 4.0 GPA, the young man, who describes himself as a “good kid,” tries to exemplify the student-athlete that the NCAA lauds. He recently visited Duke University as part of the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions and the school’s interest in him has increased. This weekend he was invited to the Pangos All-American Camp and made the Top 25 Cream of the Crop game. Prior to the game, he spoke with Blue Devil Nation about a multitude of topics.
Let’s start with recruiting. What visits do you have planned? I heard you were going to visit Stanford on Monday.
I haven’t visited any so far, but, yes, this Monday I’ll be visiting Stanford Monday while I’m on the west coast. I’ll probably schedule a few more after this.
But there is nothing firm set up yet?
No, not yet.
What schools are heavily involved with you?
I’d have to say Stanford, Illinois, Purdue, Wisconsin, Kansas, Georgetown, and Duke.
Those are your six or seven schools. Now, have all of them offered you?
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