59 - Curtis Bradley Position: Offensive Tackle
Class: r-Freshman
Height: 6-2
Weight: 299
High School: Summerville H.S.
Hometown: Summerville, S.C.
photo         A young lineman with potential ... Showed toughness during middle drills in the fall ... Tech's coaches considered playing him during the season before deciding on a redshirt year ... Got some work at both tackle positions over the course of the year ... Also got a brief stint at guard ... Was inconsistent during the spring ... Needs continued exposure to the strength and conditioning program ... Is slated to work at right tackle when practice opens, but can move to guard if needed ... His summer preparation and preseason performance will determine his status on the depth chart ...

2001: Worked mainly at left tackle while redshirting ... His 331-pound push jerk was the second-best on the scout team during fall testing and his 320-pound hang clean was third-best ... Opened spring practice working at left guard ... Ended up spending most of his time at right tackle ...

High School: Was rated one of the top offensive linemen in the Atlantic region following his senior season for Coach John McKissick at Summerville ... Named to the PrepStar Dream Team ... Listed by that publication as the No. 7 offensive lineman in the nation, the No. 1 OL in the Atlantic Region and the No. 14 overall prospect in the Atlantic Region ... Also earned All-America honors from Student Sports ... Picked the No. 27 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep and the No. 20 player in South Carolina by ACC Area Sports Journal ... Rated by PrepAtlantic as the No. 15 recruit in South Carolina ... Listed by College Football News as one of the top 100 prospects in the nation ... Rated as the top OL in South Carolina by South Carolina Prep Football ... A three-year starter at tackle ... Helped his school to a 15-0 record and a state AAAA championship in 1998 ... Named South Carolina all-state as both a junior and senior ... Honorable-mention All-Southern by Orlando Sentinel as a senior ... All-Low Country Offensive Lineman of the Year ... Lettered as a weight man on the track team ... Was also a varsity wrestler as a junior, compiling a 7-1 record ... Won the state JV wrestling championship his sophomore year ... Comes from a school that produced NFL offensive linemen Jamar Nesbit (Carolina Panthers), Kevin Long (Tennessee Titans) and Ian Rafferty (Titans) ... Selected for the North/South All-Star game ...

Personal: Curtis Tremaine Bradley ... Born 7/21/83 in Florence, SC ... Son of George and Tina Bradley ... His dad played outside linebacker at South Carolina State ... Enrolled in public and urban affairs.