"He led his team to the first championship in 18 years; he's the real deal," said the 31-year old Stellato, a former arena league player. "He's also a very special kid who is involved in Big Brother and other worthy charities.
Stellato said that Randolph will work out at both the UMass Amherst and Boston College Pro Days coming up in the next month-and-a-half. He'll also get a private workout for NFL scouts at Holy Cross.
"We're very excited about his future. Prep assistant coach Pete Dankert had a great career at Holy Cross, setting the single season sack record, and he's really high on Dominic," Stellato said.
Stellato also represents former Prep and BC tight end Jonathan Loyte of Gloucester. Loyte played for the Mahoning Valley Thunder (Ohio) in the Arena League this season and is in the draft for the new United Gridiron Football League. There is also the possibility he could hook up with an NFL team.
"Jon's been working very hard to stay in top shape," said Stellato. "He's got speed, strength and size. The UNGL is a developmental league that plans to kick off in March after training camp next month. Jon went to a mini camp in Mason, Ohio in October and was lights out; all he needs is an opportunity. Now he's got some great film from the Arena League. We've got some things in the fire, and we'll see what happens."
Tim Hasselbeck, the former Xaverian, Boston College and New York Giants quarterback, is working out with Randolph and Loyte.
Stellato has also been busy doing a lot of marketing work and is an advisor to New England Patriot starting linebacker Gary Guyton.