Hometown: Gaithersburg, Maryland
High School: Quince Orchard
Position: Defensive line
Rivals: 4-star recruit, #15 defensive tackle, #12 in Maryland
247 Sports: 4-star recruit, #15 defensive tackle, #7 in Maryland, #188 national
Other offers: Maryland (previous commit), Arizona State, Arkansas, Boston College, Duke, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, Pitt, Rutgers, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, USC, Virginia, Virginia Tech
Look at that offer list. Jesus.
Look at that highlight tape. Jesus.
(For the record, this is a junior year highlight tape. I was not aware until just now that the state of Maryland moved its high school football season to the spring, hence why I couldn’t find a senior year highlight tape.)
Maybe it’s because, as the writer for a Vanderbilt site, I am so accustomed to seeing two- and three-star defensive line prospects that I’m simply blown away by seeing a defensive tackle who goes 6’3” and 270 and moves like this. Either way, though, I have seen enough here. Marcus Bradley, the highest-rated recruit in Vanderbilt’s 2021 class, is probably going to be a starting defensive tackle for Vanderbilt next season. Book it.