"I really liked my visit," Bradley told ITV. "The coaches are real cool and facilities were real nice. The basketball game was fun. The crowd was really into the whole time. It was a great atmosphere."
The 6'1, 185-pound defensive back recorded 86 tackles, 2 interceptions, 12 passes broken up and 3 forced fumbles on the season. He's also a standout in track, with 4.4-40 speed, helping his team finish third at the State Championships in the 4x400 relay.
"I'm not taking any more," explained Bradley when asked about any future visits. "I'm ready to go up there now. I'm ready to start playing [for Louisville]."
Bradley selected Louisville over UAB, Alabama A&M and Nichols State.