Three-star running back Jared Bradley out of Wallingford (Pa.) Strath Haven is taking one of two official visits this weekend. Where is the 6-foot-1, 200-pounder looking at heading and why might he change it up?
"I'm debating still whether to go to Delaware or Rutgers this weekend. I haven't completely decided yet," he said. "Either way I'm just hoping to see what the whole atmosphere is like at either school and I want to see how the coaches and players feel about the team.
"I like Rutgers because they are an up and coming program. Their coaching staff is solid and the team is run very well. Meanwhile, Delaware is close to home and I've watched some of their games and I like the attitude they possess on the field."
Currently, Boston College continues to be the leader for the No. 60 running back in the country.
"I've got an offer from Boston College kind of. They still haven't officially offered me, but I'm in the mix with a bunch of other guys," he said. "I'm still favoring them because of coach Swepson and their whole coaching philosophy."
Although he claims it's unlikely, Bradley is considering taking a visit on January 27th to either Minnesota or Syracuse.
"I may go on one of those visits, but right now it seems more likely that I'll make a decision sometime early next week."
Last season Bradley rushed for 1,862 yards and 29 touchdowns as he was a Mini Maxwell nominee, all-Delco and all-Central League. As a result, the running back prospect was bumped up to a three-star prospect in Rivals final listings.
"It's very nice to have the honor and be bumped up like that," he said. "I feel like I worked hard enough this past year to get myself there."