The American is a versatile player whose position is a point guard but he is also capable of operating as a shooting guard. He is 1.88m tall and boasts experience in both Europe and the NBA. During the 2016/17 season he made eight appearances for the Philadelphia 76ers and a further 18 with the New York Knicks. A quick player with a good percentage from the three-point line, Randle showcased his impressive scoring prowess in the Development League, where he averaged 20.5 points per game.
He learned his trade at Stanford University, where he holds the all-time leading points record. He spent four years in the NCAA, during which time he averaged 16.5 points and was nominated for both the John R. Wooden and Naismith awards, accolades which recognise the best player in the university league. Following his spell at Stanford, Randle made the move to Europe.
He signed for the Czech side CEZ Nymburk, where during his one-season stay (the 2015/16 campaign) he won the league, scoring 15.3 points, dishing 2.3 assists and making 1.6 steals. During his spell with the Czech outfit he also featured in the FIBA Europa Cup, in which he posted an average of 12 points.