CB - 5'10", 185
East Side High School
Deciding on where to get an education and play college ball
is never an easy decision for a young man.
When part of the requirement is to play for a reputable coach - your choices seem to narrow a bit.
On a recruiting trip to
Plus, having the chance to play for an up-and-coming program also enticed Bradley; along with the chance to compete with other talent in the state.
Bradley's high school coach Kent Johnson said he started both on offense and defense and that "he's an all around outstanding athlete."
"He's super quick and he's got great athletic abilities. He
can make people miss," added Johnson.
On Bradley's offensive talents, Coach Johnson said he possesses "good hands and outstanding moves on offense, " which allowed him to average 110 plus yard of total offense per game in his senior year.
His versatility showcases emphasizes his athleticism as he played multiple positions; on defense - he logged some playing time at free safety and corner back and on offense saw time as a running back, slot receiver and even started a few games under center when their starting quarterback went down with an injury (in his junior year).
And on special teams, he was the teams top punt returner and even pulled some punting duties.
No question that Florida Atlantic has landed another gifted athlete in Terrell Bradley and
Schnellenberger's proven track record and legendary aura still
seems to be paying dividend when it comes to recruiting