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IU football officially welcomes junior college transfer offensive lineman Chris Bradberry

The Indiana football program has made the addition of junior college offensive lineman Chris Bradberry official.

Bradberry announced his commitment to the IU program on May 10.  The Rancho Cucamonga product committed to San Jose State out of the class of 2017 and spent the last two seasons at Riverside City College.

The 6-foot-6 Bradberry has two years of eligibility remaining.  You can learn a bit more about Bradberry including a brief comment by IU head coach Tom Allen via the release from the school included below.

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana football program announced on Thursday that offensive lineman Chris Bradberry, a 6-6, 300-pound transfer from Riverside (Calif.) City College, has signed his Big Ten tender of financial aid and will be eligible for the 2020 season.

A Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., native, Bradberry has two years of eligibility remaining. He redshirted the 2017 season at San Jose State University and spent the past two years at Riverside.

“We welcome Chris to our football family,” Indiana head football coach Tom Allen said. “He adds experience and depth at offensive tackle. We expect Chris to contribute immediately.”

Bradberry helped Riverside to the 2019 California Community College Athletic Association State Championship, the program’s first in 30 years, and a perfect 13-0 record.

The Tigers averaged 49.6 points, 520.1 total yards, 329.3 passing yards and 190.8 rushing yards per game.

Bradberry was an all-conference selection as a senior and a two-year letterwinner at Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, and he lettered one year at Rancho Cucamonga High School.

A three-time Dean’s List member, Bradberry intends to study exercise science at IU. Born on Nov. 30, 1999, he is the son of Simona and Jesse Bradberry.

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