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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In the seventh round of the 2021 NFL Draft, the Washington Football Team selected Hogan Preparatory Academy High School alumn William Bradley-King out of Baylor University.

The Kansas City-native grad transfer played his first four years at Arkansas State University where he earned First Team All-Sun Belt Conference honors.

The linebacker collected 31 tackles in nine games with the Baylor Bears. Bradley-King led the team in pass breakups and quarterback hurries.

“I’m used to being an underdog,” Bradley-King said. “I feel like it just added more fuel to the fire.”

Bradley-King now heads to Washington Football Team to play on a defense that includes Montez Sweat, Chase Young and Jon Bostic.