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Utah Defensive Back Is An Impressive Prospect
Brady had a big season on both sides of the ball last year earning All-League and All-Area honors at running back and safety. He rushed for 1,028 yards and scored 15 touchdowns on offense and totaled 60 tackles and nine interceptions on defense. "Everyone is recruiting me as a free safety," Brady said. "That's my favorite position and where I want to play in college so I'm glad that's where the colleges like me too." Brady looked good at the Nike Camp in Eugene where he ran a 4.68 in the 40, 4.13 in the shuttle and jumped 30 inches in the vertical. He can cover a lot of ground in the secondary and does a nice job of making plays on the ball. On the recruiting front, BYU and Vanderbilt have offered scholarships and Brady is hearing from the rest of the Pac 10 plus Utah and Northwestern. "I'm going to Arizona's Junior Day July 27 and Utah's Junior Day on August 3," Brady said. "I was told there's a chance I could get an offer from one or both of those two schools. Right now, I really don't have a leader but my top five would be BYU, Oregon, Vanderbilt, Arizona and Northwestern." Brady is Mormon but said he still doesn't know for sure if he'll go on a mission or not. "If I go to BYU, I'll probably do a mission but I'm not sure if I'll take one or not," Brady said. "It's still up in the air and I haven't thought it through all the way yet. I'm kind of leaning against it but it's not 100%." Academically, Brady is carrying a 3.7 GPA and he scored a 24 on the ACT.
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