Former California Bears guard Matt Bradley announced that he is transferring to San Diego State to become an Aztec.
He will be eligible immediately to play in the 2021-22 season with two more years of eligibility after that.
Same story but a new chapter 🙏 pic.twitter.com/W0FxgWFuiE
— matty Bradley (@bradley_matty) April 13, 2021
As a 4-star high school recruit, Bradley received significant interest from the Aztecs before choosing to go to California.
When he announced his decision to transfer, it only made sense for San Diego State to be interested once again.
— matty Bradley (@bradley_matty) April 9, 2020
As a sophomore and junior, Bradley did a lot of the heavy lifting for the struggling Cal Bears. He averaged over 17.5 points per game in both seasons while being a dependable scorer from all three levels of the floor.
Now that Bradley is in a weaker conference in terms of opposing teams, Bradley’s production can soar to great heights. He will also make the transition from the worst team in the conference to possibly the best team in the conference, as the Aztecs are the two-time reigning Mountain West Conference champions.
Cal Berkeley guard Matt Bradley (San Bernardino) was absolutely money tonight 💰 25 points on 8/10 shooting and 5 threes in the Bears 1st victory of the season against Pepperdine💧 @bradley_matty 🎥: @CalMBBall pic.twitter.com/qdGPPCbgdb
— Inland Empire Dreamers (@iedreamers) November 6, 2019
Bradley will likely play as the two-guard or the three-guard, as he plays more like a wing than a facilitator. While his role may not be set in stone yet, the Aztecs will be getting a dependable scorer after they lost three from this past season.