Bradshaw Gearing Up for Third Visit

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Graham (VA) tailback/safety Ahmad Bradshaw will take his third official visit on October 18th, when he heads to the University of Virginia.

He has been on official visits to Tennessee (August 30th) and Virginia Tech (September 6th), and says those trips were very enjoyable.

“The Tennessee visit was awesome,” said Bradshaw. “There was orange everywhere. There were so many people. It was crazy. The Virginia Tech visit had a different atmosphere to it, but it was very nice as well. I had a great time and got to see them play Central Florida.”

AB currently holds offers from Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia, and has spoken to those three as well as Virginia Tech and Tennessee since the start of September.

He named no leaders and has no timetable on a decision.

“I’ve been talking to all of those schools, when they can reach me,” said Bradshaw with a laugh. “I have offers from Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland. I think Virginia Tech will possibly offer soon. Right now, I’m keeping all of my options open to me. I don’t know when I will decide.”

Bradshaw is being recruited as an “athlete” by most programs. UVA wants him as a cornerback while Virginia Tech is talking to him as an athlete.


On the Gridiron

Bradshaw led Graham (3-2) to a 28-21 victory over Richlands HS earlier this week. The 5-10, 185 pound star rushed for 210 yards on 21 carries and scored four touchowns (including one 88-yard kickoff return for a score). He finished with 376 all-purpose yards.

The previous game Bradshaw broke out and rushed for 300 yards, his first breakout game of the year. He felt good to get back in the groove he displayed last season, when he rushed for 2,282 yards and 27 touchdowns and caught 36 passes for 389 yards and three touchdowns.

“It felt good,” said Bradshaw. “My lined just opened up some holes for me. I just go out and play the best I can. That’s all I can do.”