SoCal athlete lands first scholie

Running back/athlete Lucky Radley (5-10, 187, 4.43) from Agoura, Calif., received his first offer and the versatile athlete is on the verge of his second offer.
"I just received my first offer from San Diego State," Radley said. "It made me feel great. It is my first one and I'm really excited.'
"I talked to my recruiting coach Jeff Hecklinski last Wednesday and then he emailed me on Friday," Radley said. "The email said that San Diego State is officially offering me a scholarship as a running back/athlete."
"I am also hearing from the rest of the Pac 10 and from my understanding Washington is getting close to pulling the trigger," Radley said. "UConn is now in the picture and I'm talking to Alabama, Oklahoma, LSU and Ole Miss."
"As far as camps, I'm going to the USC Rising Stars Camp and the Los Angeles NIKE camp in April," Radley said. "I may go the NIKE Camp in Athens, Georgia."
"I'm also planning on taking unofficial visit to Notre Dame and LSU this spring," Radley said. "I'll being taking both of their spring games."
This intriguing athlete played as an undersized middle linebacker as a sophomore and earned all-area, all-league and all-CIF.
As a junior, Radley played his more natural position of running back and rushed for 1,020 yards and scored 23 touchdowns. He also proved he's a threat out of the backfield, as he hauled in 23 receptions and 261 more yards through the air. His performance saw him earn all-league and all-CIF (HM).
In the weight room, Radley currently benches 295, squats 365 and has recorded a 36 vertical jump.
The scouting report on Radley is he's extremely quick and has outstanding change of direction. He tremendous balance and finishes his runs.
Radley has outstanding football bloodlines, as his uncle is former USC and NFL great, Curtis Conway.