Brad Schell
Brad Schell

Player Profile

Spencerville, Md.

High School:
Paint Branch

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 256

Tight End


On Schell: Intelligent tight end seeking playing time in his fourth year in the program ... has added 36 pounds since arriving in 2002 ... hard worker ... suffered a broken collarbone in the spring game but should be healthy by the start of fall camp ... an Iron Terp who posted a 410-pound bench and 590-pound squat in spring testing.

2004 (Sophomore): Played in 10 games ... did not record any statistics ... was used primarily on special teams.

2003 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in two games ... did not record any statistics against The Citadel or in the Gator Bowl ... was offensive scout team Player of the Week for his work in practice the week of the Georgia Tech game.

2002 (Freshman): Redshirt season.

High School: A two-year letterwinner and starter at Paint Branch High School in Burtonsville, Md. ... caught 30 passes for 486 yards and one touchdown as a senior ... top game was a six-catch, 98-yard, one-touchdown effort against Springbrook ... had 21 receptions for 342 yards and three TDs as a junior ... a first team all-state selection by the Associated Press as a senior ... also earned first team All-Met (Washington Post) and all-county (PG Journal and Gazette newspapers) honors in 2001 ... was a second team all-county pick as a junior ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region selection by SuperPrep who was dubbed the 13th-best player in the region by the publication ...rated the No. 3 tight end and an All-Atlantic region choice of PrepStar ... team went 16-4 in his two years as a starter ... an all-state selection as a defenseman in lacrosse ... was also recruited by Virginia Tech and Illinois ... high school coach was Bob Windsor.

Personal: Bradley Schell was born January 12, 1984 ... son of William and Jerri Schell ... majoring in criminology and criminal justice ... interested in the fields of aviation and aerospace as a career ... came to Maryland partially because of its close proximity to the Goddard Space Flight Center.