Brandon Bradford is a big fullback and linebacker for Malvern High School, but at 6-0 and 245 pounds, he could find himself playing on the interior line of scrimmage in his college career either at guard, center or defensive tackle. He had a productive junior year with 75 tackles with 18 tackles for loss from his linebacker spot, and if history is any indication, there's little doubt where he will play his college ball.
"My uncle Vincent played at Arkansas," said Bradford. "My uncle
Tony Allison played at Arkansas. My cousin Isaac Davis played at
Arkansas." Favorite team growing up? "Miami or LSU."
Bradford didn't venture too far from home to take in college games last year
though. He attended all of Arkansas' home games.
"My Top 5 right now is Arkansas, LSU, Florida, Miami, and USC. Arkansas
has offered me a scholarship."
Bradford is extremely strong with a 335 pound bench press and a 515 squat, and
he runs well enough to play outfield for his baseball team. He projects as a
full qualifier as well.
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