Although they aren't the biggest school on the map C.E. Murray High School has some excellent talent on their football roster and today we introduce 2015 quarterback Alexander Bradley who already has drawn plenty of interest from college coaches. A successful junior season paired with good grades in the classroom has Bradley firmly on the recruiting radar right now.
Early on Bradley is hearing from the likes of Charlotte, SC State, Charleston Southern, and Ivy League schools.
His head coach, Brian Smith, has hosted quite a few visitors in recent weeks to check out Bradley and some of his teammates. Schools like The Citadel, South Carolina, and Presbyterian all have joined the previously mentioned schools showing interest in Bradley.
Bradley says he plans on camping with Charlotte, SC State, Charleston Southern, Duke, South Carolina, and any other camps he can get to in order to try and land some offers with strong camp showings.
Last season the 6'2 190 pound Bradley was an All-Region selection and passed for 1,950 yards and 15 touchdowns. He talked about what areas he excels in and what aspects of his game he wants to improve on to get better.
"My arm is the biggest strength as of right now. I want to get better at reading coverages, getting stronger, and making my presence known every single game."
Looking ahead to his senior season Bradley talked about some goals he's set for himself while guiding his team to a successful season.
"I want to throw for 2,000+ yards, make All-State team, make either the Shrine Bowl or North-South game, and just make my teammates better."
Bradley says that a good relationship with the coaching staff and a team's style of play will be big factors for him when choosing a college destination.
"With my hard work and love for the game, everything else will fall into place."
We asked the All-Region selection who he'd compare his game at quarterback to and his answer pretty much had us smiling due to the unique answer he gave.
"Warren Moon because I'm athletic enough to run but I would prefer to beat teams by throwing the ball."
We'll keep you posted with the recruitment of Alexander Bradley as he plans on being proactive in being seen by more college coaches this off season to try and land his first offers so keep it right here for more updates with the 2015 quarterback from C.E. Murray High School.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS...ALEXANDER BRADLEY
Bench press: 210 pounds
Squat: 405 pounds
Fastest 40: 4.7 seconds
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