Wednesday night recruiting notes — UNT picks up commitment from WR

North Texas moved two key steps closer to solidifying its 2017 recruiting class on Wednesday, when the Mean Green picked up a commitment from a highly regarded Texas wide receiver and officially added a junior college quarterback.

UNT’s newest addition is Cleburne wide receiver Tre’Von Bradley. The 5-11 senior announced he has committed to UNT tonight on Twitter.

Bradley played wide receiver in high school before moving to quarterback for his senior season. Here are his Hudl highlights.

Bradley was an honorable mention Class 5A all-state selection this season, when he threw for 2,247 yards and 23 touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,814 yards and 26 touchdowns.

“It takes a tremendous amount of pressure off of my shoulders to know that I have a reserved spot in a great place,” Bradley told the Cleburne Times-Review.

Bradley also had offers from Tulsa, Air Force and Army.

I have a message out to Bradley and should be able to track him down in the next few days.

UNT also officially added quarterback Devlin Isadore, who signed his national letter of intent tonight.

We covered the news of Isadore committing to UNT back in October.

The former Navarro College standout is coming off a knee injury, but is expected to be ready in time to compete with returning starter Mason Fine for the starting job next season.

UNT is losing Alec Morris to graduation after this season. Adding Isadore gives UNT another intriguing option at quarterback next season.

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