10 offers and counting for Hutchinson DT

A JUCO prospect garnering a ton of attention from four-year schools the past few weeks is Hutchinson DT Ben Bradley (6-3, 314) and he updated JCFootball.com recently on which schools have offered and what sets him apart from the rest of the other interior defensive linemen in the country...

Bradley prepped at Norcross (Ga.) High School and was a heavily recruited prospect, eventually signing with West Virginia.

"I wasn't able to qualify so I eventually signed with Hutchinson too," Bradley told JCFootball.com recently. "I liked Hutch and the coaches here and they play against top talent all the time. I am glad I made the decision to come here because I feel like it's getting me ready for the next level."

Speaking of the next level, Bradley already has 10 offers from schools who want to put him in the middle of their defensive line after he posted 39 tackles and six tackles-for-loss as a freshman this past season.

"I have offers currently from Tennessee, Boise State, Indiana, Illinois, Arkansas State, Georgia, Texas A&M, West Virginia has offered me again, Kansas and TCU just offered me today," Bradley said. "They all like me at nose tackle, but I can play the three-tech spot.

"I feel good about my ability to stop the run, but I am working a lot on my pass-rush right now. My moves, my get off and other stuff, just to make me better at getting after the quarterback."

Bradley is on pace to graduate in May of next year and he will have three years to play two following the 2012 football season.

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