The NFL is a passing league. Any offensive lineman coming into the NFL will need to be an effective pass blocker. Bradbury is that, an effective pass blocker. He has some good traits but there are some things he will also need to clean up at the NFL level.
Bradbury does an excellent job of snapping the ball and setting. He also does an excellent job of recognizing defensive stunts and blitzes. He consistently will pass of defenders to other linemen to pick up people coming into his area. The Browns have struggled with this in the past. But Bradbury plays very smartly in this regard.
His pass sets are well balanced with a good base. He sets well. Unfortunately, his mode of pass blocking is the infamous grab and hold. As a result of looking to grab, he has not developed a strong punch or “heavy hands” to stop a defenders rush.
Consequently, he struggles with balance issues after he engages a defender. They are able to throw him off balance as he holds on to them. Because he does not engage the defender but primarily catches defenders, he struggles mightily with bull rushers. He will often be pushed aside or back into the quarterback.
These issues are fixable with a year of NFL strength training and conditioning. He will also need to develop a strong punch to knock defenders out of their rush lanes or stop their rush causing them to reset.