‘23 MO EDGE Chandavian Bradley (Tennessee Commit)

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Dropped to 115 in On3’s updated rankings, was in the top 40.
That is a direct result of the poster on here that pointed out he is currently underweight to play SEC DE/OLB right now. On3 caught wind of it and after intense examination of all available resources realized they did not do their due diligence.
 

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That is a direct result of the poster on here that pointed out he is currently underweight to play SEC DE/OLB right now. On3 caught wind of it and after intense examination of all available resources realized they did not do their due diligence.
Do recruiting services not realize that these kids haven’t attended a college weight program yet?

They’re not going to be the same weight once they step onto campus.

If that’s the reason they’re dropping him then they clearly don’t know jack sh*t about sports.
 

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Do recruiting services not realize that these kids haven’t attended a college weight program yet?

They’re not going to be the same weight once they step onto campus.

If that’s the reason they’re dropping him then they clearly don’t know jack sh*t about sports.
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therickbol said:
That is a direct result of the poster on here that pointed out he is currently underweight to play SEC DE/OLB right now. On3 caught wind of it and after intense examination of all available resources realized they did not do their due diligence.

It is plain that this is a case of favored program rejection.
 

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Do recruiting services not realize that these kids haven’t attended a college weight program yet?

They’re not going to be the same weight once they step onto campus.

If that’s the reason they’re dropping him then they clearly don’t know jack sh*t about sports.
Somebody shared a picture of Will Anderson when he committed to Bama. Dude was underweight.
 

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Before he got in trouble with the law last season, Adam Anderson for UGA was one of the better OLB/Edge defenders in the SEC. He racked up 32 tkls and 5 sacks in only 7 games.
he is 6'5 230 lbs.

Will Anderson for Bama is a monster. He is 6'4 245 lbs. He's still lean but plays with great leverage and suprising power. He had 100 tackles an 17.5 sacks in (16 games)

Neither of these guys are 250 like some of you think they need to be.

Bradley is super explosive and he'll be 235 lbs by the time he hits campus. He will contribute and could really push sophomore Pearce.
 

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Before he got in trouble with the law last season, Adam Anderson for UGA was one of the better OLB/Edge defenders in the SEC. He racked up 32 tkls and 5 sacks in only 7 games.
he is 6'5 230 lbs.

Will Anderson for Bama is a monster. He is 6'4 245 lbs. He's still lean but plays with great leverage and suprising power. He had 100 tackles an 17.5 sacks in (16 games)

Neither of these guys are 250 like some of you think they need to be.

Bradley is super explosive and he'll be 235 lbs by the time he hits campus. He will contribute and could really push sophomore Pearce.
I don’t know anything about football but Bradley will play with his hand in the ground as opposed those two right? Easy for a tackle to get their hands on you, this the need for extra weight/power.
 

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I don’t know anything about football but Bradley will play with his hand in the ground as opposed those two right? Easy for a tackle to get their hands on you, this the need for extra weight/power.
He'll play standing up and with his hand in the dirt.

This is why the term "edge" was created. There are a variety of types of edge players.
 

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Weak-side could be even stronger. Samuel M’Pemba is one of the best-looking kids in the entire class, and Keon Keeley’s length and athleticism still stand out so much. Matayo Uiagalelei has not done much this summer as he recovers from a lower-leg injury, but his versatility is off the charts. Tennessee commit Chandavian Bradley might be a touch too high, especially with FSU commit Keldric Faulk, Jaquavious Russaw, and new Oklahoma pledge, Adepoju Adebawore behind him. There is an immense amount of talent at the defensive end spots.
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It’s always been based off the school they’re committed too.

Hypocrisy at its finest.
The recruiting services let the coaches do the work for them. If more UT players start getting drafted the Bradley and Seldon type recruits will get bumps and not drop.
 

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It amazes me how they continue to move kids around in the rankings with no empirical evidence whatsoever. The fact that they move Bradley down after his commitment and are moving Osborne up right before his commit to Bama is making their motives completely transparent.
If you were a single man looking to settle down and you met two girls who are basically similar in looks, personality etc. however, you soon found out:
1) One them is beginning medical school for neuroscience.
Vs
2) The other who is getting her masters in
Social development.

Who becomes more attractive in your mind?

It makes sense to give a kid a bump if Bama takes them. Because they are proven developers of high NFL draft picks.
However, it is completely unfair to lower a kid based of a coaching staff at Tennessee that has only been there a year...
 

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If you were a single man looking to settle down and you met two girls who are basically similar in looks, personality etc. however, you soon found out:
1) One them is beginning medical school for neuroscience.
Vs
2) The other who is getting her masters in
Social development.

Who becomes more attractive in your mind?

It makes sense to give a kid a bump if Bama takes them. Because they are proven developers of high NFL draft picks.
However, it is completely unfair to lower a kid based of a coaching staff at Tennessee that has only been there a year...
Except they say they don’t do that….
 
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