Camden’s Aaron Bradshaw Signs With Klutch Sports
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY — When it was announced in July 2021 that players could monetize their name, image, and likeness, college sports forever changed, and so did high school sports.
To ensure that college and high school athletes are not taken advantage of, it is in their best interests to sign with NCAA-approved representation. However, this isn’t so new, as the NCAA first restructured its rules to allow student-athletes to hire NCAA-approved agents back in 2018.
Camden‘s Aaron Bradshaw is taking advantage of that and signed with Klutch Sports for his NIL representation.
Klutch Sports was founded by Rich Paul, one of the best friends of NBA superstar LeBron James.
Last fall, the 7″0′ center, who hails from Roselle, New Jersey and attends Camden High committed to Kentucky, joining his Camden teammate D.J. Wagner, as well as Reed Sheppard and Justin Edwards in Wildcats‘ 2023 recruiting class. He chose the Wildcats over Louisville and the G League Ignite.
As one of the best recruits in the country coming to the Kentucky men’s basketball program, there should be plenty of NIL opportunities for Bradshaw to capitalize on.
He can dribble, pass, and shoot. Aaron was selected to the 2023 McDonald’s All American Game. The boys’ and girls’ games are March 28 in Houston.
Aaron is currently ranked as #4 on 2023 ESPN’s 100 (see it here).
Photos Credit: Aaron Bradshaw’s Instagram