This is a re-introduction for those still not familiar with D'Aundrey Bradley, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound wide receiver from Cedar Hill (Texas) High.
His emergence on the other side of the offense opposite of five-star DaMarkus Lodge gives the team two options on the outside of the defense at all times.
Bradley had an excellent opening game on Saturday night he had three receptions for 26 yards, but really got to showcase his skills in the return game racking up 92 total yards there.
"Finally," a relieved Bradley expressed. "It finally felt like I was able to get out there and feel that intensity and that competition I have been wanting to feel."
On the recruiting front, Bradley could be a gut who picks up more and more attention as folks get to see him playing against the 6A level of competition this season.
He is open to all comers and interested in looking at schools near and far.
"Right now Texas Tech and the New Mexico Lobos are really talking to me and I feel I'd like to take visits to those schools," Bradley explained.
"I am ready for anybody else to come, because right now my mind is open and I am just ready to get it and ready to work."
Bradley says that he currently has offers from New Mexico and New Mexico State.
There have been rumors about academic concerns, but Bradley reports continued development in the class room and a qualifying test score of 26 on the ACT.
"I was not focused when I was younger, but now I am on track and everything is going to match everything," Bradley stated.
Bradley Coming in to His Own
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