Bradley was the Rays fifth-rounder in 2018 but would be young even for the 2019 high school class, still just 17-years-old until March. His 6-foot-2 and 190-pound frame is fairly mature, though he’s durably built throughout. Bradley has a clean delivery and keeps three pitches around the zone, all of which project to take a step forward in time. His fastball sits in the high-80s and scrapes 92 mph at best, backed up by a shapely mid-70s curve and developing changeup. Bradley will likely start next season in Extended Spring Training and report to either of the Rays’ short-season affiliates in June.