- Averaged 103.4 yards/game prior to broken leg jr year (is fully healed now)
- Re-earned starting position sr year, reached full stride mid way through the season
- Prior to injury was widely viewed as a game breaker and major prospect
- Ran a 4.48 at Hawaii Pro Day and showed he is 100% healthy and ready for the NFL
- Doctors have said his broken leg is a non-issue; he’s athletically better than he’s ever been
Year Rec Yds Avg Lng TD
2009 31 575 18.5 73 5
2010 48 511 10.6 56 1
NOTE: Injured after Game 5 of 2009 season; only became 100% healthy halfway through 2010 season
Rodney Bradley’s journey to the Baltimore Ravens was a tough road, and Atlas Strategies is proud to represent him. Following his gruesome leg injury his junior year in college, the phones stopped ringing and Rodney wasn’t sure if his NFL dreams would come true. Mark Magazu, President of Atlas Strategies, traveled to Rodney’s home in Texas and told him ”We know the player you are, and we believe in you as much today as we did last year and before that. We’ll move heaven and earth to get you into the League, and from there it’s up to you”. One year later, Rodney defied all odds and, after spending a year on the practice squad, heads into 2012 camp with a great shot at earning a spot on the 53-man roster. ”Just remember where you heard it first – Rodney Bradley was on his way toward being a highly-sought receiver in the NFL draft until he broke his leg. He’s healthy, and he’s even better than before. The Ravens know exactly what they’ve got with Rodney,” commented Mr. Magazu.
2009 (Junior): Started first six games of the season at wide receiver…suffered season-ending leg injury at Idaho (Oct. 17)…had 31 receptions for 575 yards and five touchdowns…prior to his injury, ranked 13th nationally in receiving yards per game (103.4) and 41st in receptions per game (5.8)…scored the game-winning touchdown with 1:22 remaining against Central Arkansas (Sept. 4)…caught a team-long 73-yard touchdown pass from Greg Alexander at Washington State (Sept. 12), one of two against the Cougars…surpassed 100-plus receiving yards twice.