"Our season is over. We lost to Cleveland Friday. I already miss it, but I am starting to work out hard to get ready for Ole Miss and put this in the past. Most guys don't get another chance, so I can't get upset over it (end of high school career)," added Bradley Sowell.
Bradley had a chance to take in the Ole Miss/Auburn game.
"I went to the Ole Miss/Auburn game. We were a couple of plays away
like the Alabama and Georgia games. But next year, we will be on the other end."
The Ole Miss staff hopes Bradley can be an immediate impact player next season.
Freeze told me all they have to replace is Patrick Willis, and I think they want
to fill his spot with a juco LB. He told me on offense they have to replace Andrew Wicker. Coach Freeze told me that they are looking at me or Rishaw Johnson to
fill his spot. I think guard is my best spot because I like to pull and get physical
more than anything else."
Sowell remains firmly committed to Ole Miss but he will take in a Tennessee game this weekend.
"I am going to the
TN/LSU game this weekend. It is not an official visit or anything, just a good
SEC game to go see. But Tennessee has really picked it up a lot. I do not know
if I am next in line for an offer, but they text me every day and call me every
week. They want me to come up to the game and have lunch with Coaches Fulmer and
Luke. It is just a get together, but I am still 100% with Ole Miss. Like I said,
it is just a good SEC game for me to see."
Bradley had had a chance to set up his Ole Miss visit.
"I have set up my official visit to Ole
Miss for December 8-10. I probably will not take anymore visits. Tennessee is
just too expensive and takes too long to get there."
To view highlights from Bradley's senior campaign, click below.