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Texas Longhorn Avery Bradley tries to shoot around the outstretched arm of Baylor Bear Ekpe Udoh at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri on March 11, 2010. UPI/Jay Biggerstaff
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Avery Bradley, Jr. (born November 26, 1990) is an American basketball player. He is a freshman at Texas.

Bradley was ranked as one of the top high school basketball players in the class of 2009. He was rated #1 in the ESPNU100, Rivals.com rated him the #4 player in the country, and Scout.com rated him #5. Bradley led Findlay College Prep to the National High School Basketball championship against Oak Hill Academy, and won 56-53. He played in the 2009 McDonald's All-American Game. Before transferring to Findlay Prep for his senior season, Bradley was a three year starter at Bellarmine Preparatory School (Tacoma, WA), and along with University of Washington recruit Abdul Gaddy, led Bellarmine Prep to a third place finish in the 4A (highest classification) WIAA state tournament their junior year.

Bradley is committed to attend the University of Texas at Austin. Bradley spent parts of his childhood in Arlington, where he became a follower of the Texas Longhorns basketball program and idolized T. J. Ford.

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