Hadley Makes His Choice

After a solid sophomore season, Butler CB Antwan Hadley (6-3, 207) has seen his recruitment really take off. This weekend, the talented JUCO corner prospect visited Western Kentucky and while was on campus, he decided to commit to the Hilltoppers...

Bradley informed JCFootball.com that he committed to the Hilltoppers while on his official visit this weekend.

The Hilltoppers beat out the likes of Troy and Colorado State for the services of the big corner prospect.

While playing almost strictly corner for the Grizzlies this past season, the 6'3, 207-pounder finished with 73 tackles to go along with 1.5 tackles-for-loss, one interception and seven pass breakups.

"I can do anything coverage wise, man or zone," Hadley told JCFootball.com a couple of days ago. "I'm a good, solid tackler."

With his size, good speed (4.45) and athleticism, Hadley burst on the scene this fall and he's got two offers and one other schools getting close to throwing their hat in the ring.

Hadley was a non-qualifier after graduating from Lake Wales High School in Florida, so he decided to go the JC route and Butler was a nice soft landing.

"No other schools recruited me," Hadley said. "They have a great program here and they have a great history of getting guys moved on to the next level, so it was a pretty easy choice."

Hadley will finish up his two-year degree in May and he will have two years to play two starting in the fall.

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