Anthony Bradford Biography
Anthony Bradford is a well-known American football player who is presently playing in the National Football League (NFL) as a guard for the Seattle Seahawks. Anthony was a college football player at LSU.
Anthony Bradford Age
Anthony Bradford was born on April 28, 2001, in Muskegon, Michigan and presently he is 22 years old.
Anthony Bradford Height
Bradford stands at an average stature of 6 feet 5 inches (Approximately 1.96 m).
Anthony Bradford Family
He was born and brought up in Muskegon, Michigan by his supportive and hardworking parents. Anthony’s mother is named LaToya who nurtured Anthony and his two beautiful sisters as a single mother.
Anthony Bradford Wife
Anthony has not disclosed any information about his marital status in the limelight due to his secretive nature therefore these details will be updated as soon as the guard for the Seattle Seahawks does.
Anthony Bradford Education
He schooled at Muskegon High School and was a highly-regarded offensive lineman, assisting the team to win 27 consecutive games while appearing at both tackle and guard. A consensus four-star prospect, Anthony was ranked the 11th-best offensive tackle nationally and also the third-best player from Michigan according to Rivals.com. Anthony received countless NCAA FBS scholarship offers and in the end, he chose to play for LSU.
Anthony Bradford Salary
Anthony will receive an annual salary of $915,000 in 2024.
Anthony Bradford’s Net Worth
Bradford has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars.
Anthony Bradford Career
In 2019 Anthony redshirted his true freshman year, during LSU’s national championship season he appeared in three games. Anthony played seven games the following season, with the majority of his playing time coming on special teams. Anthony started 2021 with five starts through the first six games prior to an injury that ended his season.
In 2022 Anthony was a key figure for the team, assisting them go from 6–7 the prior year to 10–4, reaching the conference championship. Anthony appeared in 13 games, 12 of which he began and due to undisclosed reasons, he missed their match against Mississippi State. During his final year of college, his primary position was at right guard, where he took 736 snaps.
After the season, he declared for the NFL Draft and completed his period at LSU with 29 games played, 17 of which he started at three various positions on the line. A variety of sources projected Bradford to be drafted in the 2023 NFL Draft, while others suggested a projection of an unselected free agent. The Seattle Seahawks ended up selecting him in the fourth round (108th overall).