Mark Bradley
WR | (6'1", 201, 4.4) | Oklahoma

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Selected by: Chicago Bears
Round: 2
Pick (Overall): 7(39)
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Overall: Bradley began his career at Arkansas-Pine Bluff, where he was a two year starter at wide receiver, KOR and PR. He did suffer an ACL injury five games into his sophomore season in 2001 and sat out the 2002 season while transferring. Bradley played in all 12 games as a junior in 2003 for Oklahoma and contributed as a WR (averaged 17.6 yards on 11 receptions with two TD's) and RS (averaged 35.3 yards on seven KOR with one TD). Bradley played in all 13 games and started four in 2004, averaging 21.3 yards on 23 receptions with seven TD's. He also averaged 19.6 yards on 12 KOR's. Bradley is a player on the rise. He had by far his best season as a senior in 2004 and he also had an impressive workout at the combine. Bradley is a late bloomer with a lot of upside because of ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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