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Jason Randall
Jason  Randall


Muskegon Heights, Mich.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 269




Enters his second season as Michigan State's starting tight end...known primarily for his blocking skills, he has emerged as a pass-receiving threat...had three receptions for 60 yards, including a 29-yard touchdown grab from Jeff Smoker, in the April 19 scrimmage...caught four passes for 32 yards in the April 5 scrimmage...AS A SOPHOMORE: Shared the Jim Adams Award, presented to the team's unsung hero, with linebacker Ronald Stanley...started all but one game at tight end in 2002, playing a career-high 295 minutes...finished fourth on the team in receptions with 20 for 255 yards (12.8 avg.) and three scores...caught at least one pass in nine games...had a career-best four catches for 28 yards in the season finale vs. Penn State...caught three passes for 41 yards vs. Indiana, including a 3-yard touchdown grab from Damon Dowdell...had three receptions for 26 yards vs. Wisconsin...had three catches for a career-high 57 yards vs. Northwestern, including a 31-yard TD strike from Smoker...scored his first career touchdown vs. California on a 2-yard toss from Smoker in the third quarter...recorded seven solo tackles on special teams and recovered a fumble vs. Rice...AS A FRESHMAN: Saw action in the last nine games of the 2001 season, including a start at tight end vs. Minnesota, and played 77.5 minutes...made a name for himself on the special teams, contributing seven tackles (5 solos, 2 assists)...had two solo hits each vs. Missouri and Purdue...named Spartan Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Purdue (9 production points)...selected Spartan Scout Team Offensive Player of the Week vs. Iowa...logged a season-high 14 minutes vs. Missouri in the regular-season finale...HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Named to PrepStar's and SuperPrep's All-Midwest Teams...ranked among the nation's top 60 tight ends (No. 55) by among the Midwest's top 90 players (No. 86) by SuperPrep...rated among the state's top prospects by The Detroit News (No. 13), Lansing State Journal (No. 18) and Detroit Free Press (No. 26)...all-state end caught 24 passes for 270 yards (11.3 avg.) and four touchdowns as a senior...two-way starter registered 44 tackles from his defensive end position, including seven sacks...helped the Big Reds to an 8-1 regular-season record and a trip to the Division I playoffs...had 16 catches for 234 yards (14.6 avg.) as a junior...four-year starter at tight end and defensive end for Tony Anece at Muskegon (Mich.) High School...won three varsity letters in basketball, earning team MVP and all-district honors in 2000-01 . . .named area's premier post player by the Muskegon Chronicle...received all-district honors in baseball as an outfielder and first baseman...also lettered in track as a senior, competing in the discus...member of the high school band his freshman year as a percussionist...spent two summers at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, Mich....son of John and Deborah Randall...born Dec. 26, 1982...majoring in telecommunication.

Randall's Statistics
Receiving	G/GS	No.	Yds.	Avg.	TD	LG
2001	        9/1	--	--	--	--	--
2002	        12/11	20	255	12.8	3	31
Career	        21/12	20	255	12.8	3	31

Randall's Career Highs Catches: 4, vs. Penn State (2002) Receiving Yards: 57, vs. Northwestern (2002) TD Catches: 1, three times (last vs. Indiana, 2002)

Randall's Game-By-Game Statistics 2002 Receiving No. Yds. TD LG Eastern Michigan -- -- -- -- Rice -- -- -- -- California 2 17 1 15 Notre Dame 1 18 0 18 Northwestern 3 57 1 31 Iowa -- -- -- -- Minnesota 1 22 0 22 Wisconsin 3 26 0 9 Michigan 2 38 0 20 Indiana 3 41 1 20 Purdue 1 8 0 8 Penn State 4 28 0 9 Totals 20 255 3 31

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