The first run of this highlight reel features Randle running hard up the right side. He does not allow himself to be taken down easily and finishes runs very well for extra yardage after contact.
The second run is pure vision on the goal line. Randle keeps his head up after the exchange and bursts through his gap and into the end zone.
During the third run, two things are on display. First, Randle is very patient in the beginning and allows his blocks to develop. Next, after his blockers are engaged, he accelerates and is up to full speed so quickly that the defense cannot get a good angle on him. This allows him to cruise up the sideline for the score.
Another short-yardage run follows, which shows Randle's determination to get into the end zone. He gets his pads nice and low and delivers a crushing hit over a defender. At the same time, he is able to maintain his balance and lunge into the end zone.
The following run is a great example of the same determination to get past tacklers. Randle is able to break two tackles on his way to another short-yardage score.
On the third slide, the next run can be viewed from a different angle. Randle goes 69 yards for a score here against Texas.
In yet another short-yardage run, Randle is very decisive. He hits the hole hard and gets through quickly for the score.
The next run features Randle's explosiveness through the line. He gets to full speed so quickly that he is not touched until well beyond the secondary. He has great high-end speed, which makes it rather difficult for a defender to catch him from behind.
The last two runs are good examples of one-cut maneuvers at the line of scrimmage and great acceleration upfield for positive yardage.