Ramel Bradley, a 6-2, 165-pound shooting guard from Park West High School in New York City, played for the Brooklyn Bridge AAU program this past summer. Bradley, a member of the class of 2003, averaged 24 points, six rebounds, and three assists for Park West last season.
Bradley played alongside heralded sophomore Sebastian Telfair and junior pivot Chris Taft on the Brooklyn Bridge program. Bradley first caught the eye of the Rivals Hoops staff at the Rumble in the Bronx in June.
Bradley showed an ability to score in a variety of ways at the event, stroking the
long-range shot and knifing past defenders. Bradley was similarly explosive this weekend at the IS8 league in Queens playing for the Bridge.
Bradley consistently snipered the deep ball but also rifled through opposing defenses with dribble penetration. With a quick first step and pillowy touch, the Brooklyn native gave Telfair a potent offensive option on the wing. Opportunistic in transition, Bradley also picked up a slew of fast break buckets.
Aided by his gangly arms, Bradley has been a nuisance defensively in each outing we've seen him. Bringing good intensity, Bradley proved troublesome for his man, often igniting fast breaks for the Bridge by forcing turnovers.
St. John's, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Syracuse, Manhattan, Hofstra are some schools that Bradley has expressed interest in.