Ben Bradley was a heavy West Virginia lean before his visit to the Mountaineer campus this past weekend, and today he made the Mountaineers his choice.

As noted in our report on his visit to WVU, Ben Bradley was impressed with everything he saw at the school, and on Wednesday he announced his decision to attend WVU.

"I liked all of the coaches I talked to," Bradley said of his pick. "The defensive line coach [Bill Kirelawich] sticks to what what he says, and I like talking with Coach Bill Stewart to. Dave Johnson was my recruiting coach, and he talked to me regularly. He'd talk to me about things other than football, and ask me how things were going. He always pushed to talk with me, and we talk a lot now."

Bradley will begin his West Virginia career as a defensive lineman, and hopefully provide depth to a unit that will need to be retooled in 20011.

Bradley plans to visit for the Maryland game on Sept. 18, and will also accompany teammate Demetrius Alston on his trip in October.

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