Bradrick Shaw
Running BackRB
 Free Agent
2020 Fantasy Outlook
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Headed to play FCS ball
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April 22, 2021
Shaw announced Thursday via his personal Twitter page that he is transferring to play at Northern Iowa next season.
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Shaw spent the majority of his collegiate career at Wisconsin where he totaled 114 carries for 481 yards and five touchdowns as a backup to Jonathan Taylor. The redshirt senior made the transition over to Cal but never really got his feet off the ground after logging just 11 rushes for 18 yards and a touchdown in three games. Shaw will look to revitalize his career at Northern Iowa where he should have a good chance to be the feature back after spending several years playing at the highest level of college football.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
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Shaw joined the Badger backfield as a redshirt freshman in 2016 and displayed enough burst and power to earn himself the backup role behind senior tailback Corey Clement, finishing with 88 carries for 457 yards and five touchdowns. Although Clement departed via graduation, Shaw -- now a sophomore -- faces new competition in the form of Pittsburgh transfer Chris James. The tailbacks' complementary running styles and the lack of an established passing game could lead to strong workloads for both in 2017. However, Shaw caught just one pass last season (an area of proficiency for James), potentially limiting the sophomore's playing time to early downs. One or both figure to contribute heavily in Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst's gameplan this season, but it wouldn't be surprising if the two both near 1,000 yards rushing. Shaw's size and physical running style could help him become the go-to option in goal line situations.
Shaw entered fall camp prior to the 2017 campaign as the expected starter for Wisconsin after impressing to the tune of 5.2 yards per carry as a freshman in 2016. He indeed held that role out of camp and performed well in the season opener, rushing 18 times for 84 yards and a score. A leg injury in the opener left the door open for freshman Jonathan Taylor, however, and Shaw would never see the starting role again. Shaw suffered another leg injury late in the season that carried over into the spring and is expected to cost him the season opener in 2018, clouding exactly how much he will be available for the Badgers. When healthy, he should work behind Taylor but ahead of Chris James, Garrett Groshek and Taiwan Deal. However, the trio behind him could see additional work early if he requires additional recovery time.
Shaw missed all of the 2018 season due to a devastating leg injury that occurred late in 2017. In his absence, Taiwan Deal -- who has since graduated -- and Garrett Groshek served as the two complement backs to Jonathan Taylor. Groshek remains on hand as a third-down receiving back, while Shaw will likely slot in as the primary backup when Taylor needs a breather. Shaw's 2017 season didn't go as planned, seeing a major dip to 3.8 yards per carry from the 5.2 he averaged as a freshman in 2016. That issue has seemingly drifted into the rearview with the news that he's expected to be ready for the start of training camp. Shaw's 2019 outlook certainly won't be as bright as it looked heading into 2017, but he could gain fantasy relevance as the second-string back in a run-heavy Wisconsin offense.
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Looking to leave Cal
January 29, 2021
Shaw entered the transfer portal Friday and is set to move on from California as a graduate transfer, Rivals.com reports.
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Scores against Oregon
December 6, 2020
Shaw ran the ball six times for 14 yards and one touchdown against Oregon on Saturday.
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Lands at Cal
May 30, 2020
Shaw announced Friday via his personal Twitter account that he will join California as a graduate transfer from Wisconsin.
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Enters transfer portal
January 24, 2020
Shaw entered the transfer portal Friday, Jesse Temple of The Athletic reports.
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Cleared for camp
August 14, 2019
Shaw (knee) was cleared to participate for the start of Wisconsin's training camp earlier this month, Evan Flood of 247Sports.com reports. "He's full-go. His strength numbers are as good as they've ever been," running backs coach John Settle said. "We're going to give him an opportunity to get in there with the 1's from day one and see where he is. He'll have every opportunity to compete and see if he can help us win in the fall."
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