Wallingford (Pa.) Strath Haven running back Jared Bradley changed things up just before the weekend as he was scheduled to head to Rutgers for an official visit, but instead took a trip to Delaware. What did the 6-foot-1, 200-pounder think of the Blue Hens?
"It was a really good visit and I felt like they really wanted me," he said. "They told me I could be starting for them as a freshman and I really fit in well. I hung out with a lot of the players, saw the facilities and did all sorts of stuff on my visit. My host on the trip was Omar Cuff and he told me I'd be a very nice alternative in the backfield with him.
"I also really like the coaches a lot too, they were all really cool. I like the way they run things and K.C. Keeler is a really cool guy. He told me that I'm the guy that can take them to the top."
Overall Bradley rated his trip an 8.5.
Previously Boston College was a leader for Bradley, but they have fallen off with the three-star prospect in favor of another team.
"Boston College is kind of out of it now because everything fell through. The communication with them wasn't as high as it used to be and it seemed like they weren't as interested in me anymore," he said. "Now I'm focusing on Syracuse. They are visiting on Monday and it depends what they say. I'm really going to be looking for them to use me the same way Delaware plans to. If everything goes well I may take one more visit there next weekend."