2004 All Star West
6’4″ 212 lbs.
High School Coach: Jeff Smith
High School, Class: East Lansing, A
College: University of Colorado
Bradley was honored as his team captain and MVP. He was a three year starter in high school. He earned the respect of all his teammates and coaches for his talent and efforts. He led his team in tackles two straight years.
Bradley was named Defensive Player of the Year for the CAAC conference and All State Dream Team by the Detroit Free Press. He was named First Team All Conference for three consecutive years and First Team All Area Dream Team two consecutive years. Bradley was named All Midwest Region and nominated for all American. Rivals named him one of the Top 100 players in the country for 2003. He was named one of Who’s Who in High School Football for 2003. Bradley also excelled academically throughout his high school career.
Bradley has played many sports. His favorite is football. He was an outstanding soccer player and his team won many championships. He played basketball and assisted in leading his team to the 1999 National Jr. Pro Championship. He also ran track where he earned the third fastest time in the state for the 110 High Hurdles in 2003.
Bradley said, “I thank God first, my family, coaches, friends and the community for all of their support, assistance and recognition. I thank my Dad and Mom, my greatest fans, for their love and blessings. I thank my coaches Jeff Smith, Jim Bibbs and Chuck Pollard for their dedication, encouragement and support. And most of all I thank my Dad, my greatest coach of all.”
All Conference 1st Team, 2001, 2002 and 2003
All Area Dream Team1st Team, 2002 and 2003
All State Dream Team, Detroit Free Press, 2003
Defensive Player of the Year, CAAC, Lansing State Journal, 2003
All Midwest Region 1st Team, 2003
All American, 2003
Rivals Top 100, 2003
Who’s Who in High School Football, 2003