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Carole Randall

Carole Randall was born on April 13, 1991. His father is Craig Carroll, who is married to his mother, Landra Andrews. The couple has three children which include Chase and Rashad, and they make up a happy family with no divorce or other issues. He is an American football player usually playing as the wide receiver and sometimes even at the defensive back position. He did his schooling from Cathedral High School in California, and he was enthusiastic in football right from his school days itself. At that time he was well versed in playing positions of running back, cornerback and his specialty wide receiver end. He is just 25 years of age and not looking to become a husband any sooner.

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Education

He then moved on to University of California, Los Angeles and started playing for the UCLA Bruins between 2009 and 2011. He won the award for being the high school state champion in California during the year 2009 for 100 and 200 meters. During his football career in the senior year, he got 31 catches for a total of 564 yards and four touchdowns. He was a well-versed player, and records show that he has carried the ball 73 times on a 543-yard rush. He has two scores to his credit. He was selected in 2008 to the USA Today All-USA team and was included in the first team selection

Dismissed for Violation

Looking at his biography, there are several cases od dismissal and suspensions. In January 2012, Randoll Carol was banished along with Raymond Nelson and Wesley Flowers from UCLA. Randoll was rejected for not having met academic needs while the other two have been dismissed for the rules violation. Jim Mora took this action after the first meeting with the team, who was the new coach at UCLA. The action was taken in spite of his best performance as the fastest player in the team and also had won the sixth place in the 100 in the Pac-10 championship.

Even though his game was good, his times at UCLA was filled with issues most of the times. Before the dismissal in 2012 he was suspended in 2009 due to conduct problems and for breaking team rules. He had also posted a Twitter sarcastic message that made a mockery of Norm Chow, who was the coordinator at that time. In the latest season, he was also among the six people suspended for fight issues with Arizona following a bench-clearing.

Track Achievements

He acquired the name of the fastest sprint by an American footballer in 2009. This was gained following the 10.30 non-wing-aided clocking in the 100-meter race during the Del Rey League. The second place for fastest high school sprint is held by Henry Thomas and Ricky Carrigan. And the third place is held by Riley Washington.

He also won the CIF state prices for 100 and 200 m. He had won the prize the second time consecutively. Before him, it has only been Charlie Paddock who did the same in 1917 and 1918. All these achievements stood for him when he was presented with the position in USA Today, All-USA team. He is currently number 16 at the Seattle SeaHawks, which he joined on July 29, 2014. He doesn't have any advertisement endorsements and therefore less likely to have a high net worth as the primary salary source is from playing in the team.


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Last Modified: Jun 27 2020
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