Bradford Academy is proud to announce five seniors will play college football this upcoming fall. The football team went to playoffs for the first time in school history and made it to the District Championship game. It was an exhilarating season for the team, filled with excitement and great accolades for the program.
Coach Ki’erre Gaut says of the season, “This was an awesome year, but it was capped off most importantly by these young men receiving scholarships to college. It is a proud moment for Bradford, for our students and our program.”
The five seniors moving on to play college football are Ervin Smith, Eugene Hall, Shelton Smith, Almount Smith Jr. and Andrew Carroll. Almount Smith Jr. received First-Team All-State Honors and First-Team All-Conference for wide receiver. Andrew Carroll received First-Team All-Conference Honors for running back and First-Team All-Conference for defensive back.
Joining the Adrian College football team will be Ervin Smith and Eugene Hall, both from Detroit, Michigan. Ervin plans on studying sports administration and Hall plans on studying marketing.
Joining the Olivet College football program is Detroit-native Shelton Smith who plans on studying political science.
Riverside City College will welcome Detroit-native Almount Smith Jr. to their team. Almount plans on studying English.
Andrew Carroll will be joining the Hocking College football program. The Detroit-native plans to study business.
Congratulations to these five seniors, and good luck on your future endeavors!
Bradford Academy is a tuition-free preschool through 12th grade public school, located in Southfield, MI. The school strives to instill the qualities of character, excellence, creativity and service into our students as they become prepared, global leaders.