Three-star lands No. 9

There is no doubt that three-star athlete prospect Lucky Radley (5-9, 184, 4.43), who will play his senior season at Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft is a very hard of the hard worker and is extremely competitive. He went out and competed at just about every camp there was this season.
Radley currently has nine offers on the table. His latest two are from San Jose State and Idaho State. Those two schools join North Carolina, South Carolina, Iowa State, Colorado State, San Diego State, Utah State and Western Michigan.
"I haven't set any visits yet, but I plan to set some this weekend," Radley said. "I don't have any schools that I know I'm going to visit for sure. I'm going to sit down with my mom and go over everything."

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Besides the schools that have offered, Radley is also hearing from UCLA and Cal. He was on hand at the UCLA/San Diego State game last Saturday. Both schools are recruiting him as a safety.
"I liked going to the UCLA game," Radley said. "The coaches did a good job coaching the game and you can tell by the players they did a good job recruiting.
"I think that Coach Rick Neuheisel and Coach Norm Chow are doing a great job and will UCLA back on top if not this season, in the very near future," Radley said. "They are also doing another good job recruiting this year.
"Cal is a good school, too," Radley said. "I didn't get a chance to check out their game, but I went up there for an unofficial visit.
"I met all of their coaches and they are a bunch of good guys and Cal is a top program," Radley said. "I loved Cal's campus and their academics are top notch."
Radley also took unofficial visits to South Carolina and North Carolina.
"I met (South Carolina) Coach Steve Spurrier and he was a good guy," Radley said. "He is very down to earth.
"I met Coach Spurrier when I was on my unofficial visit," Radley said. "He was actually working out in South Carolina's new weight room.
"Coach Spurrier a really cool guy who has a really good record as a coach," Radley said. "He wanted me to commit, but I told him I want to take all of my visits before I make my college decision.
"I also visited North Carolina," Radley said. "I have talked to Butch Davis on the phone and all the coaches. They all seemed cool guys. I want to visit there and check them out.
Location will not be a deterrent for Radley. He just wants to get a good education and play some college football.
Radley will be playing running back and safety for Taft his senior season. Taft will run out of split back offense with the quarterback out of the gun and Radley will line up in the same backfield with USC bound running back, D.J. Morgan.
Radley earned a spot on the Rivals.com California Preseason Top 100 for the class of 2010 landing as the Golden State's No. 100 prospect at any position.