New Orleans Saints
Brad was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi. He played prep football at Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, California and college football at the University of Southern California. Just this year Brad was voted as one of the best centers ever to play at USC
In 1989, Brad (6-5, 270), who played under USC head coach Larry Smith, was named 1989 All-Pac-10 first team and was an All-American honorable mention. That season, he was also awarded the Elmer C. “Gloomy Gus” Award, which went to the player that played the greatest number of minutes during the season.
Brad was the center for two USC quarterback legends, Rodney Peete and Todd Marinovich. He played in three consecutive Rose Bowls. In the 1990 Rose Bowl Game, the Trojans beat Michigan, 17-10, in a game that saw the Trojans drive 75 yards in 11 plays with under six minutes remaining for the eventual winning score. The Trojans finished the season 9-2-1. During his three seasons as a Trojans football player, Brad’s teams went a combined 27-8-1. In his junior season, the Trojans were undefeated only to lose to Notre Dame in the Coliseum in the last game of the regular season. That USC team finished 10-2. Brad also played in the 1989 Senior Bowl, a showcase for top NFL prospects.
Brad is the son of former NFL player and coach Earl Leggett, and they were the first father and son to play for the New Orleans Saints.
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