Bradley Down To Two Following Missouri Visit

Bradley Down To Two Following Missouri Visit

The Missouri Tigers hosted a pair of talented Junior College defensive linemen from Hitchinson (KS) Community College on their official visits this past weekend. We told you Toby Johnson's take and now have Ben Bradley's.

Over the weekend, the Missouri Tigers hosted a pair of junior college defensive tackles from Hutchinson (KS) Community College.  One of those weekend visitors was DT Ben Bradley  6’2”  315, who expects to transfer to the four-year school of his choice in January.   Bradley is working furiously to finish up his academic requirements, but he took a few minutes to speak with and he talked about his Missouri visit and updated us on his recruitment.


“I really enjoyed my Missouri visit,”   said Bradley, who was hosted on his visit by his good friend, Markus Golden.    “I like what Missouri has to offer.   And, I’d be playing with somebody I know.  I met some of the players that they have coming back.”

Not long ago, Bradley decommitted from Tennessee, and as of this writing the Vols are still in the picture for the talented defensive lineman.  

Bradley said that he has narrowed it down to Missouri and Tennessee.   He may go ahead and sign his Letter of Intent on Wednesday.

Bradley liked what he saw of Missouri.  He talked about Coach Kuligowski.

“All of the players say he’s the best coach they have,”   said Bradley, who is looking for an opportunity to play right away.

He said that he knows where he wants to go, but he said that he would wait until Wednesday to make an announcement.

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