Posted On: 11/13/15 8:00 PM

November 13, 2015

At a new school, healthy, and improved, Dundalk power forward Carl Bradley is ready to make himself known.

The 6-foot-6 stretch-four was unable to play his freshman season while at New Town after he was involved in a car accident, and didn't get much exposure during his sophomore and junior season while playing with the JV.

Now a senior with the Owls, Bradley is projecting to start, and feels he’s poised to add to his current short list of schools that are recruiting him.

“Salisbury and Susquehanna (PA), I went to their camp earlier in the year, they’ve been interested in me. And then Morgan State has shown some interest, and Shenandoah (VA),” said Bradley, who has taken visits to two of the interested schools -- Salisbury, and Susquehanna.

“I plan on taking another visit to Salisbury again, I met their coach, but I want to go down and see a game and see what the atmosphere is like,” said Bradley. “It’s kind of in between Salisbury and Susquehanna who are most interested, but I’d say Salisbury has been has been contacting me the most.”

Bradley says his recruitment is something he thinks about often.

“It is

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