Bradley fights through, helps Knights

The Kamiak Knights had all their weapons in place Sunday at the Big Kahuna 7-7 passing challenge in Burnaby, British Columbia, but couldn't pull the trigger as they settled for a fifth-place finish. Their day was embodied by Derrick Bradley, who was suffering the after-affects of food poisoning two nights before and wasn't quite one-hundred percent. But the 5-9, 172-pound Bradley wasn't going to let his team down and gave maximum effort despite less than ideal conditions.

Derrick hasn't been doing much in the way of football camps, outside of the Husky camp last month. "It went well," Bradley said. "I ran a 4.31 in the 40 and benched 185 pound 23 times. My vertical (leap) was 34 inches and my standing broad jump was 10 feet 3 inches. I really enjoyed playing defensive back there."

When it comes to priorities, Bradley is much more interested in earning some benjamins for his car insurance. "I've just been working, mostly...doing odd jobs," he said. Not much has changed on the recruiting front either. He's got three great choices and is mulling them over, looking for the appropriate time to voice his announcement.

"It's been pretty much the same," he said. "I have offers from Washington, Washington State and Oregon. They all keep sending me handwritten letters. I don't know when I'll make a decision. I'll do it when it feels right."

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