Broken Arrow Holds Signing Day
Thursday, July 28th 2011, 6:06 pm
By: News On 6
Originally Published: Feb 15, 2011 4:1 PM CDT
Oklahoma Sports Mobile Journalist
BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma – Broken Arrow High School held its snow-delayed signing day ceremonies on Tuesday morning in the gymmasium. Forty-two student-athletes, the largest signee class in school history, put pen to paper on their letters of intent with colleges spanning from the University of Central Florida to the University of Oklahoma.
The class was headlined by Archie Bradley, a football and baseball standout for the Tigers, who signed to play both sports for the Sooners.
“I’m extremely happy,” said Bradley. “The decision was fairly easy for me . . . They made the offer last June. I waited one day, and the next day I called Coach Stoops and Coach Galloway and committed.”
However, another decision is looming for Archie Bradley. He is a highly-touted baseball prospect, and will undoubtedly be picked in the Major League Draft this summer.
“It’s a waiting game,” Bradley said. “ I consider myself to be very blessed and very humbled to be in the situation that I am. When the times comes, me and my family are going to have to sit down and hopefully make the best decision for me.”
Other Broken Arrow signees staying in state include Nick Hall (Tulsa football), Mason Hope (Oklahoma Baseball) and Zach Skates (Oklahoma State Wrestling).