Bradley McDougald, Camping this Weekend

Bradley McDougald, Camping this Weekend
Bradley McDougald

Bradley McDougald, Camping this Weekend

Dublin Ohio Safety Prospect Bradley McDougald was in Columbus today for Ohio State’s Senior advanced camp and came away impressed with coaches Paul Haynes and Taver Johnson.

Junior Year

    Bradley McDougald is rated in the Top 250 prospects nationally and in the Top 10 at his position by some of the major ranking groups. As a junior he excelled for the Scioto Fighting Irish. “I'd probably say my strong suites were my agility and my vision as a runner and my toughness on defense.” He told us about the 2007 season.

    McDougald enjoys the offensive side of the ball as he ran for a good number of yards against some of the toughest teams in the State of Ohio. “The highlight of last season was rushing a 1000yards and stepping up from last year. My stats for the season were 1045 rushing, 1650 all purpose yards, 12 touchdowns and 1 pick-off.” He said.

Visits

    Last week McDougald was all set of traveling across town for Ohio State’s Senior Advanced Camp. “I am going to go to OSU's camp on the 20th of June.” He reported.

    In addition to several visits to Ohio State, He has visited three other programs in the area. “I have been to Michigan State, Cincinnati and OSU. And I went to Michigan's camp and had a nice time there.” The Wolverines have yet to offer but he is taking his time to evaluate all the colleges that are offering a scholarship.

Offers and Favorites

    McDougald is looking for academics and a family atmosphere in addition to a winning tradition. “Obliviously I want to go to a good football school but also want the school to have a solid academic program and really care for their players.” The schools that has offered so far, “Illinois, Wisconsin, OSU, Michigan State and Boston College have offered.” He explained to us.

    At this time he is even on all the programs and will continue to evaluate. “Of my favorites, all the schools have good football programs and no choice is a bad one. But they also have good academic and athletic programs.”

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