Tennessee football signee Chandavian Bradley can terrorize offenses and quarterbacks as an edge rusher. He can also dominate the basketball court while throwing down massive dunks.
That was well on display last week when Bradley was playing for Platte County High School. The 6-foot-4, 209-pound big man showed he can get out in transition and throw down windmill dunks while also throwing down dunks in half court offense.
🐇🐇 @PlatteCoHoops #GBO pic.twitter.com/gdll4G1Aqb
— Chandavian “𝕐𝕆𝕌ℕ𝔾 𝕂𝕀ℕ𝔾” Bradley (@chandavian23) January 11, 2023
Bradley is one of the highest ranked signees in Tennessee’s 2023 recruiting class, ranking as a high four-star and top 100 recruit.
The pass rusher is the No. 71 player and No. 10 edge rusher in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings.
Bradley committed to Tennessee in mid July over South Carolina and Texas A&M as Mike Ekeler and Josh Heupel won a long recruiting battle to land the blue chip recruit. The highly touted recruit signed with Tennessee during the early signing period last month.
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Bradley has long starred on the hardwood and has hinted at his desire to also play basketball in college. Whether that comes to fruition is to be determined, though athletes playing multiple sports in college has become extremely rare in recent years.
The blue chip recruit is the third highest rated player in Tennessee’s 10th ranked 2023 signing class according to the 247sports team rankings.