Bradley, who sports a 270 pound bench press and a 30 inch vertical leap earned first team all 8-5A honors posting over 100 tackles as a junior. "I think my intensity is my biggest strength, along with my ability to come up and fill holes and stop the run," said Onyegbule who is looking to focus on improving his speed and getting better in pass coverage this summer.
This summer Bradley plans on attending mini-camps at both Texas A&M and Oklahoma while also playing in seven on seven action for the Colts. Onyegbule says academics and a chance at early playing time will play key roles in deciding where he lands in addition to campus atmosphere.
The final decision from the Arlington LB likely won't come until after the 2008 season however as Bradley says he's focusing on the upcoming season. "We got placed in a new district with Mansfield and Mansfield Summit, so it's going to be fun to play those guys again. The first thing we need to focus on is trying to win district and then making a playoff run. I think for me I'd like to get all-state and try to get 150 tackles."