Bradley Pinion | Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Former Clemson Punter

Bradley Pinion | Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Former Clemson Punter

By Richmond Weaver

Episode 104: Bradley Pinion | Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Former Clemson Punter

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Show Notes:

Rich Spotlight: Bradley Pinion In today’s NFL, there’s really no off-season anymore as you will workout throughout the year Loves binge-watching on Hulu, Netflix and recently watched “Legion” and one of his favorites is “Suits” First love was soccer and started playing at 4 and has a brother that is 4 years older but didn’t start playing football until 7th or 8th grade His grandfather played football and was a punter for a season with the Dallas Cowboys and his grandfather always pushed him to be a punter First time he ever tried to kick a football was a 35-yard FG with his dad and he made it He used to hate punting because punting is very hard Played varsity football as a freshman and eventually had offers from 33 schools but his top-3 were UNC, Georgia and Clemson Firmly believes that if the high school punter Jeremy Cannon doesn’t get hurt his freshman year then he wouldn’t have been a punter Mike Dooley from Clemson called him to invite him to Junior Day at Clemson because he knew he was at Georgia’s Junior Day Got to run down the hill and he fell in love immediately with Clemson but had to wait for an offer from Clemson Bradley asked God for help deciding where he should commit and eventually, he had an encounter with a man wearing a bright orange shirt without a Tiger Paw who Bradley believed was an angel and from that moment he felt it in his heart that he should commit to Clemson Parents got divorced when he was in 7th & 8th grade and had a profound effect and football was his release and his escape Strategic move to come out early because no other punters in the class and he had broken up with his girlfriend and now wife Feels very blessed to be around players like Eric Reid, Darnell Dockett, Colin Kaepernick while also learning from Phil Dawson  from Robbie Gould Now looking back, he’s glad that he was part of the events during the National Anthem saga in San Francisco As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he. Proverbs 23:7 Words of Wisdom from Bradley Pinion: Proverbs 23:7 – “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.”

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