"I had a great time," said Bradley of his visit. "That is definitely where I am going.
"We had a lot of fun and we got to see everything while we were there."
Bradley was one of eight visitors to take an official visit to Bulldog land most of which were invited walk on candidates.
"I had already decided that I was going to walk on there," said Bradley. "I mean it's the SEC and when it comes to college football you just can't get any better."
In addition to handling some of the deep snapping responsibilities, Hunter may get some snaps on offense.
"I spent about an hour this morning going over passing routes for the tight ends with Coach Sallach," said Bradley. "We talked about how they use the tight end and things like that."
Before heading for home, Bradley spoke with Coach Mullen about his future in Starkville.
"He told me that once you get on campus everybody is the same," said Bradley. "He said I have the same chance as anyone else to be put on scholarship later.
"He said he was excited about me coming up there and he's ready to get started."