Bootleg Video: Mark Bradford

One of the rare players today who lives up to the cliché, Mark Bradford truly does his talking on the football field. As loud as his abilities screamed out Saturday in a career performance against ASU, Bradford speaks softly about himself and his achievement. The junior wideout took time this week for some Q&A with local reporters to talk about his surge, Walt Harris, Trent Edwards, student support and more.

Bradford broke his career highs Saturday at Stanford Stadium when he snared nine catches for 185 yards, in a game where the offense took its foot off the gas pedal through much of the second half.  The 6'2" junior wideout worked hard to come down with several contested balls against Arizona State, but we equally enjoyed his "one-on-one" work against the "press coverage" from Bay Area reporters on Monday.  Out of uniform and in a Stanford polo shirt, Bradford talked about the connection he made with Trent Edwards nearly three years ago on his official visit, and how their connection is still maturing today.  Also: discussion about the rally in recent weeks by the Cardinal, student support surging after Saturday's home win, the upcoming UCLA game, and more.

Mark Bradford Scout Profile

Mark Bradford Q&A (Part I) -
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