Charlotte keeper commits to UNC-Asheville

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Jaron Bradley, a Class of 2012 goalkeeper who plays for Charlotte Soccer Academy in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy, verbally committed to UNC-Asheville, according to his family.

Bradley was a three-year high school starter and this past season helped William Hough (Charlotte, N.C.) into the POWERADE FAB 50 during part of the 2011 fall season. He earned all-state first-team mention by the coaches association. He played the two previous high school varsity seasons at North Mecklenburg (Huntersville, N.C.).

Bradley has shared goalkeeping duties the past two seasons for Charlotte Soccer Academy's under-17/18 team.

He joins a UNC-Asheville recruiting class that includes Erik Casterline, Trey Hemphill and Kyle Lohn, all from North Carolina.