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Shaun Bradley

Temple University
Adult and Organizational Development


Shaun Bradley is on track to graduate and is very interested in media and the media landscape. Bradley was an intern in the video department for Temple Athletics during the offseason while still keeping up with his classes and working out during spring practices.


Bradley was awarded a single-digit jersey in the spring of his junior year. Single-digits are awarded to those considered to be the toughest players on the team. Bradley is a vocal and emotional leader on defense who lives up to the standard of the single digit.

Bradley is a homegrown kid through and through. He is from Mt. Holly, New Jersey, and knew as soon as he got to Temple that it was the place for him. He loves that he is able to have his friends and family close by for every home game.


In the spring of 2018, Bradley was part of the Japan 8. Eight players from Temple traveled to Japan and spent a week working in football clinics and teaching young football players.


In 2018, Bradley was named to the Phil Steele All-AAC Second Team and was an All-ECAC Honorable Mention selection. He was the APEX Predator Defensive Player of the Game against Boston College and the #theSTANDARD Player of the Game six times. He started every game at MLB and finished second on the team in tackles (78). He returned an interception for a touchdown against Maryland, the first for Temple since Nov. 2015. He ran a fake punt for 28 yards and a first down against Tulsa and made the game-sealing interception in overtime vs No. 20 Cincinnati.

In 2017, Bradley was named ECAC first-team All-East and was the #theSTANDARD Player of the Game four times. As a sophomore, he was a first-year starter at MLB. He forced a game-sealing fumble and registered his first career sack against Villanova. He had a game-high and career-best nine tackles, including two tackles for loss at ECU. He reset his career-high with 11 tackles against Army and notched another career-high in tackles at Tulsa (13). He led the team in tackles (85) and was fourth in TFLs (10.0).