Damascus, Md. junior Zach Bradshaw is off to a great season this fall. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound athlete, who plays both receiver and outside linebacker, has already racked up 160 yards receiving and a touchdown along with 16 tackles in his team's two wins.
Off the field, Bradshaw is also experiencing success with his recruiting process. The junior already has offers from Boston College, Maryland, West Virginia, NC State, Rutgers and Georgia Tech.
Any favorites to this point?
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"I like Maryland a lot, it's a great location, they have good coaches and it's a good academic school," said Bradshaw. "Maryland is the only place I have taken a visit to so I don't have anything to compare it to yet."
Bradshaw said he will be taking some visits later this year and discussed what he will be looking for.
"I guess just a good academic school and some place that's relatively close to home," said Bradshaw. "I don't want to go to the west coast, but I am not sure what my distance limitations are though."
What position does the two-way star see himself playing at the next level?
"I am mostly being recruited to play on defense, at outside linebacker right now," said Bradshaw. "Maryland said I'd play the star position which is a cross between a strong safety and outside linebacker. I don't really care whether I play on offense or defense, I like them the same."
The Maryland native plans to attend the West Virginia/LSU game this weekend.