Indiana picked up a new addition to its offensive line on Sunday afternoon.
Riverside Community College tackle Chris Bradberry announced that he has committed to play for IU this fall.
The junior college product broke the news on his Twitter page.
GO #B1G OR GO HOME!!! Happy Mother’s Day momma!!! This is for you❤️❤️ #TTGOG #LEO pic.twitter.com/OW5IYPkpWe
— Chris Bradberry (@Brad72Chris) May 10, 2020
A class of 2017 recruit, Bradberry started his college career at San Jose State before transferring to junior college.
The 6-foot-6 and 290 pound Bradberry is a native of Rancho Cucamonga, California. He attended Etiwanda High and was a second-team All-Baseline League selection his senior season.
Bradberry will be immediately eligible and have two years of eligibility remaining.
On his Twitter page Bradberry reported at least eight other offers, including at least one from another FBS program.
Bradberry will compete for playing time at tackle following the transfer of Coy Cronk to Iowa. Caleb Jones and Matthew Bedford are expected to be the starters at tackle, but Indiana does not have extensive experience behind those two players at the position.
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