"He is a take charge kind of guy," Barr said. "He's got a really good personality, some very solid leadership skills."
With the ability to run or pass, Bradley boasts solid football skills as well.
"You have to be able to run, as well as throw," Barr said of a sound Wing-T offense quarterback. "He does both very well. He decided here recently he wants to play college football. I think that he'll really do well for somebody as a college quarterback some day."
When other quarterbacks rely upon sheer physical talent, Bradley separates himself from others with his cerebral skills.
"He's got really good vision," Barr said. "A lot of kids, when they drop back to throw, they're more conscious of the pass rush coming at them, and he feels that, but his eyes are up field. He does a really good job of finding the open receiver."
Because Bradley feels confident in his decisions and ability to run, he said he knows he's not obligated to pass.
"Earlier in the year, I wanted to throw the ball and force it in there a little more, but as the season's progressed I'm starting to tuck it and run more," he said.
When Bradley finishes successfully leading the offense down the field, he plays his defensive position equally impressively at defensive back.
"I've been coaching 25 years now and he has as good of an ability to break on the ball - he diagnoses routes and breaks on the ball as well as anybody I've probably ever coached," Barr said. "He has at least two interceptions that went back for a score. One he ran back 90-plus yards, so he's got good speed, but his strength is his ability to look at other teams' offenses and know the kinds of things they're trying to accomplish and then he just has a great instinct for the football."
Bradley said the White Falcons remain focused on their goal, working both sides of the ball in pursuit of another title.
"I think everybody's excited," he said. "We're kind of an underdog this year. Nobody's really gave us much (credit), but I think all of our guys are ready and ready to make another statement, hopefully win another state championship."