Charlie Bradley, the all-time leading scorer for the USF men's basketball program, was recently inducted into the Sports Club of Tampa Bay Hall of Fame, solidifying his status as one of the most memorable athletes to represent the Bulls.

By the Numbers
  • Bradley scored 2,319 points during his time with USF from 1981-1985.
  • In his sophomore season, he led the nation in scoring for 11 weeks, averaging 28.2 points per game.
Yes, But

While Bradley had a successful basketball career at USF and professionally, his true passion now lies in pickleball, where he has dedicated 30 years to the sport.

State of Play
  • Bradley's jersey number, 30, was retired in 1987 and now hangs in the Yuengling Center rafters.
  • He was part of a star-studded Hall of Fame class alongside notable figures such as Steve Spurrier and Bruce Arians.
  • Bradley continues to support the USF basketball team, attending games and cheering them on.
What's Next

As Bradley continues to cherish his Hall of Fame induction, his legacy and influence on the USF basketball program are set to endure, inspiring future generations of Bulls players.

Bottom Line

Charlie Bradley's induction into the Sports Club of Tampa Bay Hall of Fame further cements his place as a legendary figure in USF basketball history, leaving a lasting impact on the program and the community.