Moved back to wide receiver in the spring, after spending the previous two seasons at tailback Previously practiced at wide receiver during his redshirt year in 1998 Will look to earn playing time as a backup wide out Explosive athlete who could also become a factor on punt and kickoff returns Has played in two career games.
2000: Did not see any game action.
1999: Played in two games as a reserve tailback Rushed 13 times for 67 yards and one score on the year Saw his first career action against Northeastern Carried seven times for 38 yards and a touchdown against the Huskies Also saw action against Connecticut, rushing six times for 29 yards Named to the Athletic Directors Honor Roll in the fall of 1999.
1998: Redshirted Named to the Athletic Directors Honor Roll in the spring of 1999.
Before UMass: Played for Erik Knight at Potomac High School in Oxon Hill, Md. Three-year starter at wide receiver who also shined as a return specialist Had 28 receptions for 465 yards (16.6 yard average) with five touchdowns during his senior campaign Posted 14 carries for 235 yards (16.8 yard average) with two touchdowns, and averaged an eye-opening 33.5 yards per punt return with one touchdown as a senior Made 77 tackles as a defensive back, while also intercepting three passes and returning one for a touchdown Totaled 41 receptions during his high school career Helped his team to the 1996 state championship First team All-League and All-County choice in his senior year Named the Outstanding Player of the Year by the Washington Metropolitan Area Officials in 1997 Selected as team Most Valuable Player following his senior season Played in the 1998 Mason-Dixon All-Star Game, showcasing the top senior talent in Maryland and Pennsylvania Also the leading scorer on the Potomac basketball team as a senior with 363 points Totaled 1,095 points in his high school basketball career Earned second team All-State honors as a junior, after ranking second in Prince Georges County in scoring Team captain in both football and basketball.
Personal: Full name is Edward Oliver Brady, III Son of Gwendolyn and Edward Brady, Jr. Born May 26, 1980, in Washington, D.C. Majoring in Legal Studies.
Brady's Rushing Statistics
Bradys Career Highs
Rushing Yards 38 vs. Northeastern, 10/9/99 Rushing Attempts 7 vs. Northeastern, 10/9/99 Long Run 18 vs. Northeastern, 10/9/99 Touchdowns Rushing 1 vs. Northeastern, 10/9/99 Long Touchdown Run 18 vs. Northeastern, 10/9/99 All-Purpose Yards 38 vs. Northeastern, 10/9/99