4-star EDGE Chandavian Bradley adds Pac-12 offer, sets weekend visit

Chandavian Bradley
Chandavian Bradley is the top junior recruit in Missouri. (Platte County Preps Extra)

Platte City (Mo.) Platte County EDGE Chandavian Bradley is already one of the most coveted 2023 prospects in the country.  The attention – and the offers – keep on coming for the 6-foot-5 ½, 205-pound four-star prospect.

Chandavian Bradley announced on social media that he had picked up a new offer from Oregon on Wednesday. He told On3 he got the offer after a “great conversation” with new Oregon coach and North Kansas City native Dan Lanning.

“I’ve been in contact with him since he was at Georgia,” Bradley said. “So, when he went to Oregon, I texted him immediately and let him know I was interested in them.

“He stopped by the school today. My coach talked to him and made sure that I knew I received an offer from them. I have been pretty amped up about it for a while. I love the people out there.”

Bradley said he also has really enjoyed his conversations with Lanning.

“I love the way coach Lanning speaks and talks to us,” Bradley said. “He keeps it real, real.”

Chandavian Bradley set for weekend visit

The offer from the Ducks isn’t the only new news from Chandavian Bradley. He said he plans on taking an unofficial visit to Iowa State on Sunday.

The Cyclones have been heavily recruiting Bradley for quite some time led by Kansas City native Nathan Scheelhaase. Scheelhaase played quarterback at Rockhurst High School and has had a real presence in the area recruiting scene for several years.

“I have a great relationship with coach Nate,” Bradley said.

The offer from Oregon adds to a long list of schools that are after Chandavian Bradley.

Kansas State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Iowa State, Wisconsin, Kansas, Michigan, Arkansas, Penn State, Miami, Oklahoma State, USC, Missouri, Vanderbilt, Colorado, Nebraska, Michigan State, Indiana, Kentucky, Arizona State and Illinois have offered. Alabama is also showing interest.

Bradley has not been able to take many unofficial visits this January because he’s a two-sport star. He’s averaging 16 points a game for Platte County.

On3 ranks Chandavian Bradley as the No. 36 player in the country, the top-ranked junior in Missouri and the fifth-best EDGE in the nation.