Graham’s Bradshaw Eclipses 2,000

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Graham (Bluefield, VA) star tailback Ahmad Bradshaw has gone over 2,000 yards rushing for the season, marking the second time in as many years he has accomplished the feat.

A sterling performance in Graham’s final regular season game victory over Carroll County (where Ahmad rushed for four touchdowns, of 66, 63, 72, and 49 yards) moved Bradshaw to 2,221 yards on the year. He scored 29 touchdowns.

“It was a good season,” said Bradshaw. “We are starting to come together as a team. I had a good game against Carroll County and yesterday had a good game against Martinsville [in the first round of the playoffs].”

Graham defeated Martinsville by a score of 49-10. Bradshaw led the way with 202 yards and four touchdowns on 23 carries. Next up is a meeting with Grundy, who the G-Men defeated 42-7 earlier this year.

Off the field, Bradshaw received some good news in the form of a 980 score on his SAT’s. Assuming he maintains his core grade point average, he will qualify academically.

“I just got the scores back,” said an excited Bradshaw. “It’s a big relief for me.”

Bradshaw has received written scholarship offers from Virginia and West Virginia. He is hearing from Virginia Tech, Tennessee, and Wake Forest. The two Virginia schools and West Virginia are the primary ones contacting him at this point.

“Those three are the main ones I’m hearing from,” said Bradshaw. “I speak with [WVU Quarterbacks] Coach [Bill] Stewart, [UVA Running Backs] Coach [Kevin] Ross, and [VT Running Backs] Coach [Billy] Hite mostly. Tennessee and Wake Forest are contacting me, but mainly letters.”

Bradshaw was scheduled for an official visit this weekend to West Virginia, but could not make it because of Graham’s playoff game. He will likely reschedule with the Mountaineers. He will make an official visit to UVA on the weekend of November 29th unless Graham has a Saturday playoff game.

He has no favorites among his the schools recruiting him.

“I’m still open,” said Bradshaw, who has made visits to Virginia Tech and Tennessee already. “Everything’s still the same. I’m trying to narrow things down, but it’s tough.”

Though he plays tailback, Bradshaw is being recruited as an athlete on the next level. He is accomplished tailback, wide receiver,