Brad Cecil, Master of Business Administration


Brad Cecil is already a USF alumnus, having earned a bachelor’s degree in business management in three years. He is on track to graduate in May with an MBA. 

Cecil has learned to strike a delicate balance between academics and athletics as a member of the USF Football team. Though he dedicates more than 20 hours a week to football, he strives to be more than “just an athlete.”  He was elected by players and coaches to serve as team captain three years in a row — a title he earned by leading by example on and off the field. The offensive lineman was named to Athlon’s All-Conference Fourth Team and is an Honorable Mention All-AAC student-athlete. He serves on USF’s Inclusive Excellence Committee and has been on the USF Athletics honor roll several times.

Cecil also serves as the representative for the football team on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee where he advocates for the student-athletes at USF. He says he is committed to being the voice for the team when it comes to rules, regulations, and policies that affect student-athletes’ lives.

Off the field, Cecil is proud of his work with Big Man Big Heart. Cecil has leveraged his name, image, and likeness options, and with others, helped to raise over $425,000 for the charity. His specific campaign is with Bode Wyatt, a 7-year-old Bulls fan who is battling Leukemia. Cecil’s campaign has not only helped Bode and his family, but also given them a behind-the-scenes look at USF’s athletic facilities, practices, and games.

One Reply to “Brad Cecil, Master of Business Administration”

  1. Good luck Brad!! Had the pleasure of watching him play at Bartram Trail High School with my son.
    He has always been an amazing young man.
    His parents are just as amazing and have always been his biggest supporter.

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