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NAME: Garrett Bradbury

SCHOOL: North Carolina State

CONFERENCE: ACC

POSITION: Interior Offensive Line

CLASS: RS Senior

JERSEY: No. 65

RECRUITMENT RATING: 3-star

HT: 6’3

WT: 300 lbs

D.O.B.: 6/20/1995


Run Blocking – A true technician that is intentional about playing with leverage, body positioning and hand placement. Highly effective taking advantage of blocking angles and working combo blocks. Finds leverage points and does well to exploit them but isn’t necessarily a consistent people mover in drive block situations. Does well to maximize his play strength by playing with consistently sound technique and timing.

Pass Blocking – Takes consistent pass sets and effectively frames rushers. Has excellent foot speed which enables him to stay square and mirror rushers. Keeps rushers at the end of his reach with a usually well-timed and located punch. Highly effective help blocker when uncovered.

Blocking in Space – Glides through space and climbs to the second level with great timing. Comes to balance extremely well, frames his target and seals. Is effective leading off-tackle on account of his mobility and body control that leads to consistently connecting with moving targets.

Power – Knows how to play with leverage and technique to maximize his frame to generate power. Anchors well but has to work overtime against good speed to power converters. Works hard to finish and his ability to remain square enables him to sustain blocks. Will not regularly uproot defensive lineman out of their gap and create space.

IQ – Alert, smart and attentive to diagnosing pressure packages and knows how to respond. Executes with precise timing and understands his role in relationship to the play concept. Committed technician and assignment-driven in his approach. Switched from tight end to center in 2015 and has adapted rapidly. Gives consistent effort and looks for work through the whistle. 

Feet – Light and nimble on his feet. Springy change of direction skills and is highly effective moving laterally. Reach blocks 3-techniques with rare consistency. Does well to keep feet moving through contact and never gets flat footed.

Hands – Punch is compact, efficient and effective. Timing and location of his punch is excellent. Dedicated to fitting his hands and knows how to reestablishing his hand fits if he gets swiped. Rarely gets too wide with his placement.

Balance – Works into his pass sets with good control and width in his base. Has no issues redirecting his weight and sliding laterally. Absorbs contact well enough and is capable of dropping a late anchor. Showcases outstanding body control on the move and when reaching his landmarks in space.Operates with excellent posture and body control.

Versatility – Can likely function at any interior offensive line spot but his best fit comes at center. Snap to step speed is excellent. Projects most favorably to a zone blocking speed that takes advantage of his lateral mobility and is less demanding on play strength.


BEST TRAIT – Body Control

WORST TRAIT – Play Strength

RED FLAGS – None

Bradbury came to NC State as a tight end recruit and leaves as an outstanding NFL interior offensive line prospect. His technical refinement and consistency is even more impressive considering the relative newness to his position. Given his lateral mobility and proven success in the Wolfpack’s zone blocking run scheme, he projects most favorably to the same role in the NFL. Bradbury’s range as a blocker will be major asset to him and his NFL offense. By year three, Bradburry has the upside to become a solid starter that is primed to sign a lucrative second contract.