Bradley Impresses at Texas 7v7

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- D'Aundrey Bradley was one of the top receivers this past weekend at the Adidas Texas 7v7 Championships. caught up with the under-the-radar 2015 prospect.

Cedar Hill 2015 receiver D'Aundrey Bradley does not have the offer list to match his game.

The 6-foot-1, 179-pound Bradley was one of the best receivers in a deep field of pass-catching talent at this past weekend's Adidas Texas 7v7 Championships in College Station, where Bradley had a great performance despite Cedar Hill not having a good weekend.

Bradley, who played his junior season at Dallas First Baptist, caught all three touchdowns -- on three totally different routes -- in Cedar Hill's first pool-play game Friday. Bradley is tall and long with great frame potential. He routinely picked the ball out of the air with the type of receiving acumen you want to see in a college prospect, never letting the ball get into his trunk.

So far, Bradley has only New Mexico State on his offer list, but he and Cedar Hill head coach Joey McGuire believe that will soon change.

"I've been hearing a lot from TCU, Texas State," Bradley said. "I haven't been hearing that much from Baylor anymore. But (hearing from) Texas Tech, too.

"I'm going to TCU soon. I think in a few weeks I'll be going to TCU for a football camp to show them what I've got."

Bradley had a good year on both sides of the ball in 2013 playing private-school football. He caught 30 passes for 517 yards and eight touchdowns, while recording 58 tackles and three interceptions at safety.

Bradley will have to worry only about the offensive side of the ball at Cedar Hill, which is a defending state champion and boasts a glut of high-major college talent, such as DaMarkus Lodge, Richard Moore, Justin McMillan, Darrell Miller, Aca'cedric Ware, and others.

Bradley said his main goal in preparation for his senior campaign is gaining weight.

As far as recruiting is concerned, Bradley remains patient.

"I'm just gonna wait it out, see who comes, and make my decision when I feel the time is set," Bradley said. "I'll be looking for just an opportunity in every way, in the classroom and on the field. Make sure I'm able to play. If I'm not able to play the first year, that's fine. That's regular. Just make sure I have an opportunity to play."

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