It’s been an interesting Big Game week—er, weeks. First the game gets postponed and now Stanford has flipped a recruit from their cross-Bay rival.
Three-star tight end Bradley Archer, a native of Livermore, committed to the Cardinal on Tuesday.
Committed to the future! #CardClass19 pic.twitter.com/OAxLYhO0CR— Brad (@bradleyarcher_) November 28, 2018
Archer is ranked by the 247 Sports composite as the #32 tight end in the nation.
Archer is also the fourth Bay Area native in the Cardinal’s 2019 class, joining Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland) running back Austin Jones, San Ramon Valley outside linebacker Tristan Sinclair, and defensive end Joshua Pakola from St. Francis High in Mountain View.