Former Wisconsin running back Bradrick Shaw decided to hop in the NCAA transfer portal following the 2019 season. Now, the ex-Badger has found his next destination.
On Friday night, Shaw announced that he will be completing his career at Cal. He will be immediately eligible for the Bears in the 2020 season with one year of eligibility remaining. Shaw received a hardship waiver due to injury, granting him a sixth year at the college level.
“Grateful for this opportunity,” Shaw wrote on Twitter.
— Bradrick Shaw (@bradricks7) May 30, 2020
Shaw contributed most to Wisconsin during the 2016 and 2017 seasons for the Badgers. In 2016, he rushed for 457 yards and five touchdowns on 88 carries. The following year, he totaled 365 yards and four scores on 96 touches.
Last year, Shaw had just 18 carries for 116 yards and a touchdown.
Shaw spent most of his time at Wisconsin behind the likes of Corey Clement and Jonathan Taylor. He was primarily used as a backup ball carrier through most of his career, but will look to challenge for more opportunities at Cal in the 2020 season.