Lincoln defensive back Kendall Randolph is one of 400 finalists for the U.S. Army All-American Game.
On Tuesday, May 14, Randolph was officially recognized at Lincoln High School by the U.S. Army as a candidate for the 2014 game.
"It's real big. It's surreal. Hopefully I'll experience something like it again, if not It'll definitely be something that I'll remember," Lincoln defensive back Kendall Randolph said.
It all began to sink in when Randolph with presented with a U.S. Army hat.
"The hat's kind of symbolic/ It kind of lets me know, lets everyone know that my work didn't go unrecognized so I can put this hat on and say that I was chosen to one of the All-Americans," Randolph said.
Randolph is one of 5 Trojans to be nominated in the last 4 years. He is also getting it done in the classroom with 4 Advanced Placement classes he has a 4.1 weighted GPA and a 3.4 core GPA.
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