Bradley was born Jan. 8, 1998 to parents Tony Sr. and Vanessa Bradley. His father played basketball at Florida A&M. Bradley attended high school in his home town at Bartow High School, where he led the team to four district titles and a 92-29 record. He was named a McDonald's All-American his senior year and won Gatorade Player of the Year in Florida in 2016 after averaging 22.8 points and 12.6 rebounds. Bradley excelled off the court as well in his prep years, as he was a three-time member of the National Honor Society. You can follow Bradley on Twitter @ToBrad1, and he's also active on his Twitch channel (twitch.tv/tobrad1). Bradley played one season of college basketball at North Carolina, appearing in 38 games as a reserve. He had a career scoring high of 14 on Nov. 21 against Chaminade. Bradley's best rebounding total came Nov. 18 against Hawaii, when he collected 13 boards. When it was all said and done, Bradley averaged 7.1 points and 5.1 rebounds. The Tar Heels also saw team success that season, as the won the 2017 National Championship game against fellow No. 1 seed Gonzaga. Bradley went pro after that season and was selected 28th overall by the Lakers, but he was traded to the Jazz on draft night.