Long Island long snapper Bradley Schwartz set to make college commitment live on WFAN

Long Island long snapper Bradley Schwartz is set to make his college announcement next week on WFAN’s ‘Boomer and Gio’ show.

The popular morning show is hosted by former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason and popular radio personality Gregg Giannotti.

Schwartz is a class of 2024 recruit. He will make his decision from a final four that includes Western Connecticut, Pace, Long Island University and Wagner.

Schwartz is a four-star recruit according to Rubio Long Snapping. Following a camp in late 2022, the assessment on Schwartz read in part:

“He has a smooth delivery and throws a consistent clean/ catchable ball. Bradley does a nice job using his entire body throughout the snap. His great elbow drive, eyes and butt drive are contributing factors to his consistency.”


The long snapper is the son of Peter Schwartz, a notable media figure in New York Sports. Schwartz is best known for his extensive time at WFAN, the flagship station for Rutgers football.

He has served as a New York Jets beat reporter and does 20/20 updates for WFAN. He also regularly hosts overnight shows on what is New York’s oldest sport-only talk station.

Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire