Oklahoma TE can go both ways

Midwest City, Okla., tight end Bradley Dedeaux helps out his high school team on both sides of the football and the 6-foot-3, 235-pound prospect could have his choice of sides when he gets to college.
"Bradley has done a good job for us on both sides of the ball," Midwest City coach Jason Sexton said. "He has a lot of speed for a guy his size and that is what makes him attractive to most of the coaches who have been sending him stuff."
That list of schools includes Arkansas, Kansas, Louisville, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Penn State. He has one scholarship offer so far, from Oklahoma State.
"Bradley, I think, prefers offense, but I don't think he really cares," Sexton said. "Get him on the field and he'll be happy. He enjoys playing wherever it is and he's capable of playing on either side of the ball."
As a junior, Dedeaux hauled in 23 passes for 408 yards and five touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball he recorded 79 total tackles and five quarterback sacks.