Norman North’s Grant Randall – Academic Athlete of the Month Presented by Republic Bank & Trust

Norman North varsity baseball player Grant Randall started playing the game of baseball at a very young age and his brother was right there with him. 

“I started playing baseball at age 3, I don’t play any other sports,” said Randall. “My brother Blake has been a big influence in my life, he had a career ending injury his senior year of high school which taught me to not take anything for granted.”

As a student at Norman North, Randall stays focused on making good grades and representing Norman North High School in a manner the school, staff and administration would be proud to see. 

“Academics are very important because they follow you all the way through life,” said Randall. “At Norman North High School all the teachers and coaches want you to succeed so, I am very blessed to be a student athlete here.”

This season the team is off to a 15-3 start under head coach Brian Aylor. Randall and his teammates are looking forward to the rest of the season. 

“I love this team because we show a lot of fight and have a lot of dedication to the game,” said Randall. “My expectations for our team is to reach their full potential and have the best season in Norman North history.”

After graduating from NNHS, Randall plans to continue his education and playing career at Connors State.

When he’s not working on homework or playing baseball you can find the shortstop hanging out with friends, playing video games and going to church.