Measurements: 6' 6 (in shoes), 212 pounds, 6' 10 wingspan, and an 8' 5 standing reach
2015-16 D-League Per 40 Pace Adjusted Stats: 19.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 2.1 turnovers, and 1.4 steals on 56.2 2P%, 39.5 3P% and 82.4 FT% in 30.3 minutes per game (52 contests).
Building off of an efficient senior year at Alabama, Randolph, an affiliate player for the Maine Red Claws in 2015-16, put together a solid rookie campaign, shooting 56% from two-point range and nearly 40% from three.
At 6' 6 with a 6'9.5 wingspan, Randolph has solid tools for a wing to go along with nice fluidity. He's not overly physical and is more smooth than explosive, but Randolph really knows how to play and doesn't need a lot of possessions to be effective.
Randolph can make shots from the perimeter off the catch or the dribble with sound mechanics, get into the paint with fairly polished ball skills, and use touch shots around the rim to make up for his lack of elite leaping ability.
The Madison, Alabama native knows how to play a role, moves the ball, and has a great feel for finding gaps in the defense as an off ball cutter. He can improve as a finisher at the rim and continue to shoot it with more consistency, but there's certainly a lot to like about the simplicity and efficiency of his offensive attack.
Defensively, Randolph has a solid IQ and compete level and good feet, although he's not overly gifted from a physical perspective. Randolph isn't exactly great in one area but he continues to improve as a shooter, plays the right way and is easy to slide into any system.