WEST ORANGE, NJ – West Orange High School seniors L’trell Bradley and CJ Wilson signed national letters of intent to continue their football careers.
Bradley, a defensive back/wide receiver, is choosing to play next season at Susquehanna University and is declining scholarship offers from LIU Post and Pace. He was named to the New Jersey First Team All-Group 5 defense along with making First Team All-North Jersey Super Football Conference All-Essex County. Bradley led the Mountaineers in turnovers and was second on the team in points scored offensively. He was also named the overall team MVP at the end of the year banquet.
Wilson, a running back, was a two-time all-conference performer who led the Mountaineers in scoring and touchdowns in the past two years. He was named all-conference the past two years and was the Offensive Player of the Year for the Mountaineers the past two seasons. Wilson rushed for more than 2,000 yards the past two seasons and will receive a full scholarship to continue his playing career at Dodge City Community College in Kansas. He also declined offers from Pace, New Haven, West Liberty, and Emporia State in order to pursue his dream of playing at the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision level.