|High School:||Hopewell Valley Central HS|
Utility player who was one of three newcomers on the 2013 team who was selected in the 2012 draft ... one of three switch-hitters on the 2013 team ... one of the strongest players on the team.
2013: Hit .179 with five runs, one double, one homer, six RBIs, a .294 on-base percentage, eight walks, two hit-by-pitches, and one steal in 37 games (seven starts, including four at first base, two as the DH, and one at third base) ... had a team-high five pinch-hit hits and was 5-for-19 (.263) as a pinch-hitter ... played a team-high 30 games off the bench ... came off the bench and went 1-for-3 against William & Mary on Feb. 16; it was his first career game ... hit a pinch-hit double and scored a run against William & Mary on Feb. 17 ... hit a pinch-hit single against Wake Forest on Apr. 12 ... hit a pinch-hit single and scored a run in the first game of a doubleheader against #19 Georgia Tech on Apr. 26 ... hit a sacrifice fly off the bench in the second game of a doubleheader at Furman on May 8 ... went 2-for-3 with a homer, three RBIs, two runs, one walk, and one hit-by-pitch against USC Upstate on May 14; he hit a three-run, walkoff homer with one out in the ninth inning to give Clemson an 8-7 win; it was his first career home run; he was a last-minute addition to the starting lineup at first base due to Jon McGibbon's illness ... went 2-for-5 with an RBI, a run, and steal against Saint Louis in the Columbia Regional on June 1.
Before Clemson: Drafted in the 36th round (#1098 overall) by the Colorado Rockies in 2012 ... #476 player in the nation and #6 player in New Jersey by Perfect Game ... Area Code Games ... all-state selection as a senior ... lettered four times in baseball and one time in basketball ... coached by Ken Harrison at Hopewell Valley Central High School.
Personal: His father, Scott, has served as the Princeton baseball head coach since 1998; he played nine seasons in the Major Leagues (1984-92) with the Yankees, White Sox, Mariners, and Reds and totaled 424 hits, 18 homers, and 184 RBIs in 604 games; he also played baseball at North Carolina and was a two-time All-American (1980,81) with the Tar Heels as a catcher and third-baseman ... his uncle, Bob Bradley, was the U.S. Men's Soccer National Team head coach from 2006-11 and currently serves as the Egyptian Men's Soccer National Team head coach ... his cousin, Michael Bradley, has been a professional soccer player since 2004 and has been a member of the U.S. Men's Soccer National Team since 2006 ... majoring in community recreation, sport, & camp management ... born Kevin William Bradley on Jan. 9, 1994 in Pennington, NJ.