The selection of 7-0 Mehlville HS (St. Louis) Center Davion Bradford gives Kansas State its fourth Rivals Top 150 commitment, an impressive haul for Wildcats Head Coach Bruce Weber. 

Bradford is an imposing figure in the lane. He is a long, strong, space eater and his ability as a rim protector means that he can have an immediate impact with the Wildcats. He also has good hands, does a good job of sealing, and has the type of reach that makes him a easy target for guards to find down low. 

Bradford had an outstanding high school season averaging 12 rebounds and 17 points per game. His high school season was followed by a huge summer campaign that culminated in winning the Nike Peach Jam Championship playing for MoKan Elite alongside fellow Kansas State commit guard, Luke Kasubke. The two have been teammates in travel ball since middle school. In addition to Kasubke, Bradford will also suit up with two other St. Louisans, Stockard and Williams. 

Davion’s recruitment exploded following a successful high school and summer season, he also courted offers from Arizona State, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and a host of others.  After celebrating a Nike Summer Championship with MoKan and settling on the Wildcats, Bradford can now turn his attention to winning a state title for his Mehlville Panthers.