Bill Bradley was a high school All-American quarterback at Palestine, Texas. "Super Bill" accounted for three Wildcats touchdowns in a 24-15 victory over San Marcos in the 1964 3A state title game. He later played quarterback and defensive back at the University of Texas (1966-1968). Bradley was a tri-captain on the Longhorns' 1968 SWC title team that finished no. 3 in the nation. He was selected to play in the 1969 Hula Bowl and the College All-Star Game. The versatile Bradley later played defensive back, punter & kick returner in the NFL with Philadelphia Eagles from 1969 to 1976. He ended his career with the Minnesota Vikings and the St. Louis Cardinals in 1977. A three-time All-Pro with the Eagles, he was the first player to lead the NFL in interceptions in back to back seasons (1971 & 1972). In recent years Bradley has served as a secondary coach at both the collegiate and professional levels. Bradley was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2008.