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#75 Anthony Bradford Season 2020

Offensive Line
Muskegon, Mich.
High School
Muskegon HS

Versatile offensive lineman who made starts at three positions on the offensive line during his 29-game career with the Tigers …Started a total of 17 times during his 4 years at LSU (10 at RG, 5 at LT, 2 at RG) … Declared for NFL Draft in January of 2023 … Started at right guard in LSU’s 63-7 win over Purdue in the Cheez-It Citrus Bowl … Member of LSU’s national championship team in 2019 … Instrumental in the turnaround of LSU football, going from 6-7 and finishing last in the SEC West in 2021 to winning 10 games and reaching the SEC Championship Game in 2022.

Appeared in 13 games with 12 starts for the Tigers … Started at right guard in the season-opener vs. Florida State before shifting to right tackle the following week vs. Southern … Moved back to right guard vs. New Mexico and remained there for remainder of season with the exception of the Tennessee contest when he started at left tackle … Played a total of 899 offensive snaps and was called for only 2 penalties … Gave up 4 sacks all season … Played season-high 87 snaps in win over No. 7 Ole Miss … Followed that with 77 snaps in overtime win over No. 6 Alabama … Helped pave the way for an LSU offense that set the school record for rushing touchdowns with 39, breaking the previous mark of 37 set in 2013.

Saw action in six games, starting five times … Opened season as starter at right guard vs. UCLA … Did not play in LSU’s next three games … Started at left tackle in four consecutive games – Auburn, at Kentucky, Florida and at Ole Miss … Did not see any action in LSU’s final five games.

Appeared in seven games with most of his action coming on special teams … Played on field goal and point-after touchdown protection units.

Played in three games with no starts … Saw action in a backup role in wins over Northwestern State, Vanderbilt and Arkansas.

Consensus four-star prospect from Michigan … Tremendous upper body strength giving him the ability to push the pile … Excels in run blocking … The No. 11 offensive tackle prospect in the nation and No. 3 overall prospect from the state of Michigan according to Rivals… Played both left tackle and right tackle during his prep career … Blocked for a quarterback who broke the Muskegon High School passing record, the winningest program in Michigan state high school history… Won three division-three state titles in Michigan and helped lead Muskegon to a 27-game winning streak … Won the “Big Man Bench” at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in the summer of 2018, pumping out 31 reps in the 225-pound bench press.

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