Good post. In college, what he finally was able to do (basically, for the last 5 weeks of the season), was make the right pass out of the high post. Once he did that, the offense really began to click, and Kentucky started winning.
(For several weeks, he came out to the top of the key, was handed the ball, stood around, then handed it back off to a guard, then he want and hid in the corner and was ignored for the rest of the possession. It was painful to watch).
The thing that intrigues me the most about Randle is that he can start out at the three point line and bulldoze his way to the basket. That's rare for a big man. Now granted, that's why he turned it over a lot in college, but imagine if he develops a reliable jumper. He would be killer.