Madison, Ala. (WHNT) It's not often you can call a 270 pound man the baby of the family, but Kendall Randolph has a lot to live up to. His older brother Levi is ready to compete for a roster spot with the Boston Celtics, and Roderick is a tight end at Alabama A&M.
"It's a lot to live up to especially being the youngest in the family, big shoes to fill."
Filling big shoes is no problem for Kendall. At 6' 5" and 270 pounds, he's one of the most highly recruited offensive lineman in North Alabama. Randolph already has four SEC offers including Alabama and Auburn. The determination is takes to become a recruit of that caliber comes from his life at home, competing against his brothers.
"We are very close but when it comes to sports we compete very hard. I feel like if I play a game against Levi I can beat him," Kendall told WHNT News 19's Chase Horn. He may not be able to beat Levi in basketball, but Kendall is confident he can block his brother Roderick in football.
"He always said he can take me, but I know I can take him. I feel like if we went head up I would put him on his back."
Randolph and the Patriots play Decatur in week one this Friday night.