Signal-Caller Sets 1st Visit

Tallahassee (Fla.) Godby High School quarterback J.T. Bradwell is set to take his first official visit this weekend. The 6-foot-2 and 200-pound senior is 21-2 as a starter over the last two seasons.

Tallahassee (Fla.) Godby High School quarterback J.T. Bradwell is having an impressive senior season. The 6-foot-2 and 200-pound signal caller's talent and potential brought Liberty head coach Turner Gill, one of the greatest quarterbacks in college football history, to Tallahassee to watch Bradwell in game action last week. Both Coach Gill and Bradwell left last Friday night impressed with one another.

Impressed enough that the quarterback and the coach will see each other again this weekend when Bradwell makes his official visit to Liberty.

"I am taking an official visit to Liberty," said Bradwell this morning. "I am leaving tomorrow."

Last Friday, with Coach Gill in attendance, Bradwell ran his career record as a starter to 21-2 as Godby beat a loaded Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian team 42-6. Bradwell threw two touchdowns on a night when he went 7 for 12 passing for 240 yards. He also scored another touchdown receiving on wide receiver reverse pass.

"It felt good to have the head coach come down to see me for himself," said Bradwell of seeing Coach Gill on the sideline. For the season Bradford has completed 60 of 110 passes for 1,289 yards and 15 touchdowns. A good decision maker, the trigger man for the Godby offense has only throw three interceptions. A threat with his feet as well as his arm, Bradwell has run for 393 yards on 56 carries while visiting the end zone four times.

The list of schools that have also offered Bradwell in addition to Liberty include Bethune-Cookman, Florida Atlantic, Georgia State, Samford, South Dakota and Troy. Arkansas State, East Carolina, FIU, Kentucky, Northern Illinois and Vanderbilt have also shown interest in the quarterback since May.

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