"This season went good," Bradley said. "I just tried to improve my stats from last year and be more dominant on the pass rush. I had 54 tackles and six sacks."
Bradley, 6-foot-3 and 315 pounds, is considered one of the top Juco defensive tackle prospects in the nation now. He made a previous commitment to Tennessee but has openings things back up and is keeping his options open.
"I'm not sure what I'm gonna do," he said. "Miami, Oklahoma, Tennesse, and Arkansas State talk to me the most. No coaches have came to my house yet, but I think Miami is coming this week to visit with me."
Bradley has already taken a visit to Nebraska and doesn't have anything else lined up yet.
"I don't have any favorites right now," he said. "I'll see about that when I take some more visits."
The standout defensive tackle prospect talked about what he'll be looking for when choosing a school.
"Playing time is number one when I choose a school," he said. "All the schools right now are telling me I will start right away. But, also being close to home (in Georgia) is important to me and making sure my family likes the school."