It has been quite the year for the two players since they last played at Molineux in the showcase half-time fixture versus Cardiff City in March 2019.
Brad and Taylor have now become university students by enrolling on a degree with the Wolves Foundation in partnership with University of South Wales and EFL Trust.
Both students are halfway through their first year of study on the Community Football Coaching and Development pathway where they are based at Molineux. Brad and Taylor study from the club and work on a range of modules including Football Event Management, Football Coaching Theory to Practice and Introduction to Sports Science for Football.
The students have recently got back from their annual residential trip to USW where they take part in practical and academic based assessments at the USW Sports Park.
To enhance their understanding and to enrich their learning the students take on a placement with the Wolves Foundation where they can put into practice their learning to gain valuable industry experience.
Taylor on the last year: “I have now become more confident when talking to others and it has been great to work with other coaches and to gain qualifications.”
Education and skills manager Jon “The students have really grown in confidence over the last few months. Taking on the challenge of University is no mean feat and credit to the lads that they have adapted well to student life.”
To find out more about the degree programme and how you can join then please contact education officer firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01902 828366.