Bradley gets offers

There aren't any players in the Northwest faster than Mukilteo (Wash.) Kamiak defensive back Derrick Bradley and Pac-10 schools are taking notice, especially the regional ones. Derrick has professed a desire to stay close to home, and scholarship offers from two colleges in particular could make Bradley's eventual choice an easier one to make.

"Oregon, Washington and Washington State have been by school," the 5-10, 175-pound Bradley told Dawgman.com last night. "Rick Neuheisel offered me through my Coach (Don Mack) and Mike Price also offered me through my coach.". With legitimate 4.38 speed, expect more offers to come around soon.

With apparent offers from the Huskies and Cougars, is Derrick close to making a decision? "I'm still a long ways off," he said.

Besides the regional Pac-10 schools, Derrick has also been contacted by Idaho, Idaho State and Nebraska. "My coach has also sent a film to Florida, so we'll see what happens there."

Bradley will be attending the Nike camp in Eugene in June and the Big Kahuna Passing League tournament in July.

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