Status:
Signed
HIGH SCHOOL
SG

LaDamien Bradford

Shooting Guard
6′4″ / 190 lbs
Jonesboro, LA
Jonesboro-Hodge
Louisiana Elite
Class of 2020
Rating: 89
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National Avg
Rating: 88.5
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Texas A&M
Signed
Iowa State
None
Louisiana Tech
None
Wichita State
None

Updates

13 days ago by David Sandhop
Twitter Video - 2020 A&M Hoops Signee
Not bad athleticism from a 3-star in rural Louisiana LaDamien Bradford https://twitter.com/paupo_11/status/1228173363744362498?s=21
25 days ago by David Sandhop
A&M hoops signee LaDamien Bradford details latest performance
Jonesboro-Hodge took down D'Arbonne Woods on Friday night and SG LaDamien Bradford dropped 19 points. After the contest, Bradford and head coach Allen Tew discussed the game as well as the impact the Aggie signee has on the court.
4 mo ago by Logan Lee
Texas A&M Basketball adds 2020 SG LaDamien Bradford to the fold
The Aggies landed a commitment from fast-rising 2020 Jonesboro-Hodge, Louisiana shooting guard LaDamien Bradford, a 6'4" talent who adds length and athleticism on the perimeter.
4 mo ago by David Sandhop
Quick Post-Weekend Hoops Update
Just to follow up on our pre-weekend updates...Point guard Shakeel Moore was originally scheduled to visit this weekend, but from the information we gathered, his visit was canceled prior to the weekend.Arguably A&M's top guard target on the board, Hassan Diarra, did visit College Station this weekend. From everything we've heard, the visit went very well and A&M is very high on his priority list. He did not publicly commit, although three Rivals.com basketball analysts (including lead national analyst Eric Bossi) did put in futurecasts for Texas A&M over the weekend. A 247 analyst did the same with his crystal ball prediction on Friday.6-foot-4 Louisiana guard LaDamien Bradford also took his official visit and from all indications his visit went extremely well. A&M was thought to have the inside track going into the visit, and nothing we've heard from the weekend changes that thought process. With all this "good news" on the surface, neither prospect publicly committed. We'll see what happens during the week, but we are just three weeks away from the early signing period so we are coming to the end of the cycle and commit announcements will start to flood in for the 2020 class.As I mentioned in Friday's update, the Aggies are still very much involved with highly-rated post man Javonte Brown-Ferguson . In a perfect world, I think the staff would take a class of Diarra, Bradford, commit Hayden Hefner , and Brown-Ferguson and call it a day if that was possible. We'll see. A&M is battling Kansas and other top programs for the big man, but A&M has close ties to the Canadian prospect and there is an A&M crystal ball prediction at 247.A reminder...we're only 2+ weeks from the first exhibition game at Reed (Nov. 1) and the regular season tips off on Nov. 6.
4 mo ago by David Sandhop
Quick Hoops Recruiting Note - Friday
Keep an eye on LaDamien Bradford this weekend on his official visit at Texas A&M. There seems to be some momentum with this one. He's been pursued heavily by Steve Prohm at ISU and Gregg Marshall at Wichita State.Bradford is somewhat under the radar and really emerged on the AAU circuit this spring/summer with Louisiana Elite which is one of the top programs in the south. His path as a recruit has followed a similar path to Robert Williams. Both are from very small schools in north Louisiana 30 minutes from Shreveport. Bradford plays for 1A Jonesboro-Hodge so nobody outside of north Louisiana knew much about him until he emerged with Louisiana Elite this spring.He's 6-foot-4 and he's very athletic. Before his junior year, he was exclusively a point guard until he had a growth spurt and could play multiple positions...but he has retained those point guard skills. He's a very versatile player that can shoot anywhere from the court, attack the basket, and has good passing skills...the type of versatility Buzz likes. He's a Top 250 prospect by the services and a high three-star, but his lack of exposure has certainly affected that grade. These were the only highlights I could find. He's No. 11.
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