Spring recruiting is in full force and we have you covered here. You may have noticed coaches tweeting out states and schools they are visiting. This is a time when many new offers come out and playing get on a team’s radar or move up and down a team’s recruiting board since they are seen in person. 33 known offers were given out by 9 different teams. However, it was Nevada who came away with two commitments this week and thus they are featured on our photo this week.
2019 Cover Photo Total:
- Colorado State: 2
- San Jose State: 2
- Nevada: 2
- Fresno State: 1
- Boise State: 1
Spring Evaluation Period
First day on the road recruiting so we gotta start in our own backyard! Today every coach is hitting schools the Bay Area!— San José State Football (@SJSUSpartanFB) April 22, 2019
Bay Area Blitz.
Let’s Go! pic.twitter.com/OzZu2r5vxW
ATH Isaiah Bradford
- 6’1” 170 lbs
- Redlands East Valley HS (CA)
- MWC offers: Boise State, Colorado State, San Jose State
MWCConnection: As a player, what do you feel are your biggest strengths?
Bradford: My strengths as a player: recognizing plays and being able to react... fast instincts... coming downhill and tackling is my bread and butter... I’m able to adapt to any situation in a game, I’ve been told by college coaches I look very smart on the field beyond my years.
MWCConnection: On the flip side, what are the areas of your game you are working to improve upon before next year?
Bradford: I want to make more plays when the ball is in the air as a db. Also I want become a more dynamic receiver and have my team able to depend on me in a big time situation to make a big time play.
MWCConnection: Do you have plans to visit any schools this spring?
Bradford: I’ve been up to San Jose State and Sac State at the beginning of the month. I plan to get up to Colorado to visit CU and CSU, also I plan to get up to Boise. I know for sure I’ll be attending some Redlands camps this summer.
MWCConnection: What do you like about each of the MWC teams you have offers from?
Bradford: I don’t really know much about Colorado State but when I talked to Coach Letson he seemed like a really cool coach and I think we connected well over the phone. I like Boise State’s football program a lot, I like their winning tradition and their consistency in getting their players to the league because that is my #1 goal. They show me a lot of love and make me feel as if I’m apart of the family already. I like San Jose’s location a lot, I can see myself on that campus... I also like the historical background of the school, that caught my attention a lot. Also, I know I have a good chance as playing as a true freshman as long as I put in the work needed.
LB Vai Kaho (Nevada)
“I committed because of the hometown advantage and my family being there right with me, those were the biggest factors in making my decision. This wasn’t overnight and I prayed on it and asked for guidance. Seeing Coach Norvell come in and change the standard of the program in Reno meant a lot to me and I am a big believe in hope and faith. My family is the most important thing to me and they would have the opportunity to see me succeed in our own town. It’s a family affair down on campus with the coaches. I really feel a change coming in the program with them being there. They are on me about school and coming there consistently and was the school showing the most love so far. They like my physicality along w my speed and quickness. They feel I could be a threat and impact on the defensive side of the ball. They see me as a linebacker who could come up to the edge cover ground and fill gaps aggressively.
- WR/DB Peyton Brammer was offered by Air Force
- DT Sheku Tonkara was offered by Air Force
- DT Jack Hall was offered by Air Force
- LB Teylor Jackson was offered by Air Force
- LB Jay Harris was offered by Air Force
- DL Pryson Greer was offered by Air Force
- OL Jason Brooks was offered by Air Force
- OL/DL Robert Cooper was offered by Boise State
- WR Keith Miller III was offered by Boise State
- LB Edgerrin Cooper was offered by Colorado State
- OL Tauleua Marks was offered by Colorado State
- DB Isaiah Bradford was offered by Colorado State
- ATH Brody Hughes was offered by Colorado State
- 2022 RB Raleek Brown was offered by Fresno State
- DL Leshaun Bell was offered by Nevada
- OL/DL Patrick Selna was offered by Nevada
- OL Aidan FInney was offered by Nevada
- OL Andrew Milek was offered by SDSU
- TE Jake Overman was offered by SDSU
- RB/DB Jaheim Brown-Taylor was offered by SDSU
- DE Lance Keneley was offered by SDSU
- DB Edward Woods was offered by SJSU
- WR Dezjhon Malone was offered by UNLV
- WR Tommy Christakos was offered by UNLV
- WR Jeremiah Hunter was offered by UNLV
- LB Austin Nicholas was offered by UNLV
- DE Regen Terry was offered by UNLV
- ATH Scotty Edwards was offered by Utah State
- LB Jeremiah Trojan was offered by Utah State
- WR/DB Montana Lemonious-Craig was offered by Utah State
- LB Malachi Lyles was offered by Utah State
- OL/DL Benjamin Bray was offered by Utah State
- WR/DB Calen Bullock was offered by Utah State
- DB Jackson Lataimua committed to Nevada
- LB Vai Kaho committed to Nevada
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