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Jerand Bradley, a 2021 Texas Tech 4-star WR commit from Desoto High School, has been named as a participate to the 2021 Under Armour All-American game.
Bradley, a Tech commit since Feb 10th, 2020 had a great junior season in 2019 at John Paul II, where he had 96 rec for 1595 yds with 21 TD’s. He brings size similar to TJ Vasher with his 6’5 200lbs frame.
He is ranked as the 322nd best player in the country and he figures to continue to climb the ranks as a senior. Here is Gabe Brooks, the Midlands Region Recruiting Analyst for 247sports.com, scouting report for Jerand Bradley,
“Possesses outstanding size and frame potential relative to receiver position. Owns college-ready size with physical ceiling to be a matchup nightmare, particularly in the red zone. Flashes impressive run-after-catch ability, especially for a big wideout. Shows encouraging hands-catching consistency. Willing to work the middle of the field. Displays promising foot quickness relative to size, and that aids in RAC ability. Adjusts well to the ball in flight. Good back-shoulder target. Can improve quickness off the line of scrimmage. Surprisingly not as much of a long strider in the open field as expected, which could limit top-end speed. Athleticism lacks context from a combine testing perspective. Can improve high-pointing consistency and extension in those situations. High-production outside receiver who projects to Power 5 level and could become reliable multi-year starter.
Bradley will look to make an instant impact for the Red Raiders in 2021.