The 6-foot-10 native of Florida has been happy with his play so far this July and he's relishing the opportunity to play in some of the biggest events in America.
"It's going pretty well. I think I've been doing pretty good. I think I had a pretty good Peach Jam. We didn't get to where we wanted to be at, but we still got to play in Peach Jam," Bradley said. "Went to a couple of camps, NBA Camp and Nike Skills Academy. It was all great. A great experience."
The matchups with other elite-level big men has helped Bradley elevate his play this summer as he gets to work against some of the premier post prospects in the class.
"It's a great experience because I know in high school [the players aren't as highly regarded], but on the circuit it's better: the better players. I find things that I need to improve on playing in these matchups."
Playing in front of college coaches is a huge part of the July live evaluation period and Bradley is hoping to show the coaches that he's improved a few facets of his game.
"[I want to show I'm] hard working, I'm pretty skilled, I can hit the hook or the 15-to-18 foot jumper. Just a hard worker overall," Bradley said.
Working on the jumper has been a big part of Bradley's game, as he's hoping that developing a face-up game will improve his chances or keeping defenders guessing. Bradley has worked tirelessly on his jumper with his high school coaches this summer to work on a slight hitch in his shot.
"Just working with my high school coaches. They noticed that something was wrong. They fixed it and its looking better. Still trying to improve on it," Bradley said.
As for the recruiting process, N.C. State is still firmly in the picture and the Wolfpack are among a number of programs that Bradley mentioned along with Alabama, Colorado, Kansas and North Carolina.
"Right now I'm open. I'm going to narrow my list down, I think after summer." Bradley said.
Recently, Wolfpack coaches have been putting the pressure on Bradley to come out to Raleigh for an official visit, something that Bradley told Pack Pride that he's open to.
"They want to get me on campus and everything to see how it is. They want me to take an official there," Bradley said of the N.C. State coaches. "I have a good relationship with their coaches."
Even though Bradley has taken one visit to North Carolina and has many of the nation's best programs coming after him, he's taking his time during the process as he navigates the next step in his recruitment.
"Really no timeframe. Whenever I feel comfortable making the decision at the time, I'll make it," Bradley said.