The Bears have added more talent to their roster, landing former Wisconsin running back Bradrick Shaw as a graduate transfer.
Listed at 6’1” and 216 lbs., Shaw rushed for 938 yards on 202 attempts in his time with a run-heavy Badgers offense. He totaled 10 career touchdowns and averaged 4.6 yards per carry in his three years playing in the Midwest.
— Bradrick Shaw (@bradricks7) May 30, 2020
An injury marred Shaw’s 2018 campaign and he struggled to recover in 2019, during which he never accumulated more than three rushing attempts per game. The new Bear still managed a career-long 42-yard rush against then-No. 11 Michigan and averaged a career-high 6.4 yards per carry.
Shaw will be one of seven running backs on the Cal roster, as he joins incoming freshmen Damien Moore and Chris Street at the position along with incumbent starter Christopher Brown Jr., redshirt freshman DeCarlos Brooks and redshirt seniors Marcel Dancy and DeShawn Collins.
The veteran will bring experience and talent to a Cal running backs room that should be more than ready to contribute offensively in 2020.
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