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Corey Bradford
WR, Jackson St.

Name
Jsy
College
HT
WT
Corey Bradford
17
Jackson St.
6005
197

40
BP
SS
LS
VJ
BJ
Grade
Rd.
4.5
N/A
4.36
11.90
34.5
10’06”
6.02
4


Summary

Had a solid INDY combine running under 4.50 with good overall AA numbers...has good athletic backgound as QB and DB on the JC level and also has been an outstanding track and field producer...2 year player at Jackson St. that was ineligible in 1996, which gave him only one year of true playing time...he made the most of it catching 48 passes for 937yds. and 9 TDs and also did a solid job returning kick-offs...he has nice size and AA and a huge upside for a guy that does not have alot of experience...he certainly looks the part and can go up and get the tough catch and has the ability to get deep and make alot of big plays...he is an explosive type player that seems to have a natural feel for the game...as one would expect, he needs alot of work on pass routes and fundamentals...he tends to round off his cuts and doesn’t always explode in andout of his patterns although he has ability to do so...he will make the tough catch, he also will drop some easy balls and will probably needs to improve his consentration and focus...he is not close to being a finished product, but he is a fairly exciting guy from an athletic stand point...if a team is patient with him, than he can pick up the intricacies of a pre-style offense, he can develop into a nice NFL WR that could contribute in the return game while he’s going into play WR...this guy may classify as a small college sleeper.

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