The young man gunned down as he waited to buy a pair of Nike sneakers.
His friends and family made a visit to light a candle for the young man.
"I couldn't imagine...killing for the sake of having something," said Denisha Lampley, a cousin.
Bradley had more than $200 in his pocket.
To buy the latest style of the Nike Foamposite sneaker.
Those sneakers sat outside the story with flowers inside the soles - a haunting reminder.
"Last night I was supposed to come with him to get the foams but my girlfriend spent the night. It's just crazy," said Josh Chavez, a friend and former classmate of Bradley's at Edison Tech High School.
Josh Chavez chose not to wait at 4 am - hours before the store opened.
But he knew his good friend would go without him.=
"I think it's cause no one had them so he wanted to have them because he wanted to be different," said Chavez.
Gates Police say two men approached the line, then there was a fight, and Bradley was shot.
"All he wanted was to make his mom proud," said Denzel Fairly, a friend.
Bradley's mom lives in California.
He moved here to get away from gangs and violence there.
His family said he had a job at Strong and was set to go to MCC this fall.
"The last thing I told him was I love him, never thinking it would be my last time telling him that," said Fairly.
"We got to do better that's a life you can't get back, you can give sneakers back give money back, can't give the life back," said Lampley.
Gates Police said they still have no suspects in custody and are continuing their investigation.
They said an earlier police stop they made in the day was not related to the case.
Anyone with information is asked to contact 911.