Three-star cornerback / athlete Ahmad Bradshaw from Bluefield (Va.) Graham was scheduled to take and official visit to West Virginia last weekend, but was unable to make the trip. The Mountaineers are still one of his favorites, however, and he hopes the reschedule the trip after Christmas.
“I was supposed to go to West Virginia, but it was snowing, and I had a cold, so I didn’t go,” he explained. He has a game next weekend, and hopes to play for the state championship the following weekend, so he plans to reschedule the visit for early January. West Virginia is still very much interested as head coach Rich Rodriguez and Coach Bill Stewart both came in today for an in-home visit.
Ahmad has already visited Virginia Tech on Aug. 29 and Tennessee on Sept. 5, and in addition to West Virginia, hopes to take trips to Virginia and Maryland. These five schools comprise his list of favorites with West Virginia and Virginia holding the top slots since they are the only two to offer.
Bradshaw is rated the No. 27 cornerback in the country by Rivals.com, but has spent most of his high school days on the offensive side of the ball. The 5-foot-10 athlete weighs 185 pounds and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds and has rushed for more than 2400 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior.
He is an “A/B” honor roll student and plans to major in sports medicine.