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HUNTINGDON (November 13) — Huntingdon baseball standout Blake Bradley signed a letter of intent Friday to continue his career at Freed-Hardeman University. The ceremony was held in the high …
HUNTINGDON (November 13) — Huntingdon baseball standout Blake Bradley signed a letter of intent Friday to continue his career at Freed-Hardeman University. The ceremony was held in the high school cafeteria with teammates, coaches, classmates and family members.
Principal Jonathan Kee welcomed everyone and complimented Bradley’s “great family.” He said the senior has “had a lot of people behind you.” Dr. Kee said he has been “tremendous on the field” and noted he makes straight A’s.
Freed-Hardeman Assistant Coach Will Wallis, who was present for the signing, said Bradley is the team’s “big sign of the year” and they expect him to “come in and help us right away.”
HHS Head Coach Alan Eubanks called Bradley’s accomplishment “well-deserved, a culmination of his investment.” The coach hopes to see him make an immediate impact.
Bradley told The Banner he chose FHU because it was “a great offer from a great school.” He said the team is well-rounded and well-coached. He will join the team as a pitcher.
He said he’s undecided on a major, but he’s interested in business.
Bradley said it’s been great to be a Mustang. “The coaches along the way have taught me how to be a man.”