Played for Coach Terrence McGriff at Bartow High School in Bartow, Fla. • Gatorade Player of the Year in Florida in 2016 (Florida recipients the last five years include Bradley, Ben Simmons and three-time winner Joel Berry II) • Fifth future Tar Heel to win the award with Berry, Jackie Manuel, Vince Carter and Clifford Rozier • Led Bartow to four district titles and a 92-29 record • Averaged 22.8 points, 12.6 rebounds and 3.0 blocks as a senior • Bartow’s all-time leader with 1,973 points and 1,054 rebounds • Set single-game school record with 23 rebounds • Finished second in the state playoffs as a junior and reached the final four as a senior.
As a senior, was named Mr. Basketball and won the King of the Court award for the state of Florida, was the Lakeland Ledger’s Player of the Year, and played in the McDonald’s and Jordan Brand All-America games • Two-time first-team all-state and second-teamer in 2014 • Two-time district player of the year by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association • Two-time Bright House Networks Player of the Year • Averaged 19.0 points in the 2015 Nike Global Challenge • Three-time member of the National Honor Society • Member of the Mayor’s Youth Council.
Birthday is January 8th • Born Tony Lee Bradley Jr. in Bartow, Fla. • Son of Tony Sr., who played at Florida A&M, and Vanessa Bradley • Chose uniform No. 5 because it was the closest available to No. 4 • Worked most on talking on the floor in the offseason • Loved to watch Harrison Barnes and John Henson when he was younger • Closest friend on another team is Maverick Rowan (North Carolina State) • Would love to possess the well-rounded games of Tim Duncan and Anthony Davis.
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