One of the top players in the West for the 2018 class is Teron Bradford (6-0 175 ATH/CB 18′) of Oregon City. This past season he went off accounting for 56 receptions, 1055 yards, and 20 TDs. Teron earned 1st team all league honors on both sides of the football.
That said as Bradford looks to be one of the top defensive players in Oregon. He is a lock down corner that possesses unique versatility, projecting as an unquestioned D1 kid.
Teron and 6-6 Clackamas WR Cole Turner are considered maybe the two fastest rising recruits in the Pacific NW as of right now. The youngest Bradford learned a great deal from his brother, OSU freshman standout Trevon.
Speaking on the success of his younger sibling Trevon says, “He’s a special player and can excel at several positions, while also being very coachable”. Adding, “He had a better Junior year than I did, and is honestly a better defensive player than I was, which is where the coaches at the next level see him.”
When all is said and done Teron could end up one of the top dual threat athletes ever to come out of the conference. He will be a favorite for Mt Hood Offensive & Defensive Player of the Year honors next season, awards he could of easily racked up in 2016. Bradford is also one of the top hoopers in the state, earning all league honors as a Sophomore.
Each has also thrived on the 7v7 circuit as part of the Team Oregon/EForce group. Trevon helped the squad make a record setting final four run at the Vegas National Tourney a few years back, and Teron is looking to do some of the same.
In closing current DB coach and former NFL talent James Dockery says, ” Teron’s talent transcends region’s… He’s never the one to be the most vocal, but you don’t hear from the opposing receiver either… It was a great opening weekend for Teron Bradford in Redondo Beach.”