Jaylin Bradley, standout 2017 running back out of Bellevue West, announced Thursday on Twitter he has committed to Nebraska.
When Bradley led Bellevue West to its first football state title in Lincoln back in November, there was speculation as to whether it would be the last time we would see the senior in Memorial Stadium. Bradley rushed for more than 200 yards in the state title game, and tallied five touchdowns in Bellevue West’s dismantling of Omaha North.
— ⭐️MR. PRESIDENT⭐️ (@BradleyJaylin) January 6, 2017
Bradley rushed for 50 touchdowns in his senior season breaking a Nebraska state record. A staple at Bellevue West for his entire high school career, Bradley finished his career with more than 5,000 yards on the ground. He rushed for a jaw-dropping 24 touchdowns in four playoff games alone during his senior season.