Bradley Bickler, a 3-Star Defensive End and Quarterback from Southridge High School in Beaverton, has signed with the Beavers. The 6-foot-7 240 pound athlete was recruited by interim coach Cory Hall, and signed his letter of intent today.
Welcome @bradleybickler! He's an explosive, athletic, homegrown athlete from here in Oregon! #GoBeavs #BTD18 pic.twitter.com/XymUrs9uG0— Jonathan Smith (@Coach_Smith) December 20, 2017
Bickler has been rising up the recruiting boards during his strong senior year. Oregon State was the first major program to make him and offer, and the Oregon native leapt at the chance. He was also offered by Wyoming and Weber State.
Bickler was a versatile athlete at Southridge, adept at both skating past offensive linemen and taking down quarterbacks, as well as dodging pass rushers and chucking deep bombs downfield. At Oregon State he’ll most likely line up as a weak side Defensive End, focused on pass rushing. Check out a mix of highlights below.
Building the Dam will keep you updated on all of the Beavers signings throughout the day, so stay tuned.