The No. 1 junior college team in the nation is Corsicana (Texas) Navarro J.C., and it's led by a slew of impressive offensive prospects. This includes three-star receiver Rodney Bradley, who is 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds.
Bradley is a big part of why Navarro is 5-0 and ranked No. 1.
"I'm getting a little more balls thrown my way," Bradley said. "It feels really good to be the top ranked team. We're hoping we can continue to push hard and ride it all the way to the end of the season and play for a championship."
Out of Lake Highlands High School in Dallas, Bradley inked with coach Phil Bennett and the SMU Mustangs in high school. He ended up at Navarro and is now talking to Bennett again now that he's at Pittsburgh.
"They're talking to me about going up there for a visit," he said. "I think they're going to offer me on the visit. I'm a December graduate with three to play two, so that's something they really like."
There are a few other schools linked with Bradley.
"I'm also talking to Kansas State," he said. "I might go there on a visit. I'm talking to Mo Latimore about going up there. I'm also talking to Alabama State."
Navarro continues its quest for perfection this week against Northeastern Oklahoma A&M on the road in Miami, Okla.
Bradley's cousin is former NFL receiver Bethel Johnson.