Baton Rouge, LA – Eric Randall stared at Glen Oaks High School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He took his talents to Southern University, where he won a Black National Championship in 1995.

His brother, Marcus, had his turn under center at Glen Oaks less than a decade later and made an even bigger name for himself. That is after he won a National Championship with LSU in 2003.

Now the two are trying to put Louisiana quarterbacks on the map with the Randall Passing Academy. The duo hosted the QB U Passing Football Camp at Woodlawn High School, where the younger Russell is the Head Coach.

The Panthers have a well-known talent like the Randalls as their starting quarterback in four-star Purdue commit Rickie Collins. He is just one of the many talents that they’ve developed over the years while adding 7-on-7 and other programs for youth football players in the state.

Watch the video above to hear how Collins and Coach Marcus Randall feel the camp is similar to Purdue and the place that Collins wants to be.