ScoutTV: Bradley Bozeman

Bradley Bozeman, offensive tackle from Roanoke-Handley, Ala., committed to the University of Alabama in the summer. He has helped his team to the Class 3A state championship title game which is played this week at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa. Andrew Bone captured highlights of Bozeman in the semi-finals against Clay County.

Bradley Bozeman is a talented junior who has great size and power. He moves well coming off the ball and plays with aggression. The first play of the game Bozeman ran through a Clay County lineman to make a huge play in the backfield. The rest of the game Clay County did their best job on the double team and run away from his side.

Bozeman does a good job coming off the ball. He plays right tackle, but could easily end up playing guard in Tuscaloosa.

The 6-foot-5, 315-pound prospect plays on the offensive and defensive line and never seems to tire throughout a game. The only time he comes off the field is during special teams. He is used as just a run stopper on defense.

Handley (14-0) defeated Clay County, 13-6. They will face Madison Academy (12-2) at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday in the first game of the Super 6.

Watch highlights of Bozeman (No. 78) against Clay County.

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