Duquesne lands Memphis transfer Craig Randall II


Duquesne’s Keith Dambrot found success in the transfer market on Sunday as he was able to add Memphis transfer Craig Randall II. The former Tiger is a rising junior who will have 2 years of eligibility remaining after sitting out next season. He’s a 6-4 guard from Phoenix, Arizona who averaged 5.2 points per game last season playing 18 minutes per contest.

Though Randall II will have to wait a season to play with the Dukes, he should provide some valuable depth in the backcourt. Along with transfer Tavian Dunn-Martin, Duquesne is reloading in the guard position. The Dukes got great news from Mike Lewis II as he has decided to stay with the program. It’s going to be interesting to see how this team develops under new head coach Dambrot. Randall II should be a valuable addition.

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