As a Recruit
Brady Prieskorn made a big impact for Rochester Hills (Michigan) Adams High School early on in his career. He played as a freshman for the Highlanders. Then, as a sophomore, he played a big part in Adams advancing to the state finals by playing on both sides of the ball. Then he caught two touchdown passes against Belleville in the title game. “I’ve known Brady since he was a little kid, like 3 years old,” Adams coach Tony Patritto told BVM Sports. “I coached his older brothers in youth football. He has just gotten bigger, faster, and more consistent every season. He just gets better every game, in terms of his ability to make plays on both sides of the ball. From batting passes down as a D-end, and really doing a good job in the run game. Also, as a blocker and as a receiver, he’s become more dominant every week.” Brady’s older brother, Caden Prieskorn, was a 2022 second-team All-AAC pick at tight end for the Memphis Tigers.