- Damon Sayles, RecruitingNation
Junior college defensive lineman Ben Bradley (Hutchinson, Kan./Hutchinson Community College) recently picked up his fifth offer, as Boise State has extended a scholarship to the 6-foot-3, 310-pound tackle.
Bradley, who played his high school ball at Norcross (Ga.), has offers from Boise State, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois and Arkansas State. He’s the first to admit that his latest offer – because of the program’s recent string of winning season – has the most intrigue.
Bradley said he’s being recruited by Boise State defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski. He also said he’s planning to take a visit to the campus in May.
“[Kwiatkowski] was saying they got a nose tackle going to the league this year,” Bradley said. “With juco players, they expect them to come in right away and start.”
Bradley and Hutchinson teammate Toby Johnson, another highly-touted defensive tackle, are scheduled to take a trip to College Station, Texas, this weekend and visit Texas A&M.
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