The Monache senior wrestler had hoped to make his college decision right before or during his final season yet remained undecided when the 2017-18 campaign ended in March.
With a goal of finding a school where he could wrestle at a high level and focus on academics, Bradley didn’t want to rush anything.
The patience has certainly paid off. Bradley will continue his wrestling career at the NJCAA level, having accepted a wrestling scholarship with Clackamas College. A three-time CIF state qualifier, Bradley twice wound up in the blood round at 145-pounds, and this season, he made great strides by placing fifth at 152-pounds to helped Monache finished 23rd at the event.
Clackamas College has always had great success with California wrestlers as many have gone on to win or become NJCAA All-Americans. Bradley is projected to compete for the Cougars at 165/174-pounds.