July 1, 2006

Florida QB talks about Southern Miss Camp

When it comes to high school football in the state of Florida, the Hardin name is synonymous with success. Bolles (Jacksonville, Fla.) signal caller Randy Hardin is keeping the family tradition alive. This past weekend the 6-foot-0, 200-pounder took in the three-day skills camp at Southern Miss and was reportedly one of the most impressive quarterbacks to attend. In his first three years of prep football, Hardin has passed for more than 4,000 yards and 39 touchdowns. He also earned All State Honors as a Sophomore.

Coach Steve Hardin (Randy's father) built Tallahasse-Lincoln into a national powerhouse before moving 3 hours up the road and doing the same at Rutherford (Panama City, Fla.). Hardin's two older sons were both class 5A player's of the year as seniors and Randy is following in those footsteps.

Recently Randy attended the Southern Miss skills camp and impressed the Golden Eagle coaching staff enough to earn a scholarships offer following the camp.

"After the camp was over Coach (Jeff) Bower came up and offered me a scholarship to Southern Miss," Hardin said. "That was really exciting, getting my first major offer."

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