Four-star offensive lineman Bryan Hudson committed to Virginia Tech on Tuesday, bolstering the Hokies’ Class of 2019.
Hudson is a 6-foot-4, 292-pound prospect out of Scott County High School in Georgetown, Ky. He owns 20 reported scholarship offers, almost exclusively from Power 5 programs. Alabama, Florida, LSU, Notre Dame and Ohio State are among Hudson’s offers.
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The major recruiting networks all view Hudson as a four-star prospect.
247Sports: Four-star, No. 9 offensive guard, No. 181 overall
ESPN: Four-star, No. 11 offensive guard, No. 223 overall
Rivals: Four-star, No. 25 offensive tackle, No. 242 overall
Hudson is the fifth member of Virginia Tech’s Class of 2019 and is the second offensive lineman to join the group. Hudson will sign with Jesse Hanson, another prospect with several Power 5 offers.
Here’s Hudson’s commitment video.
Thank you to everyone who has helped me with this process. I'm truly humbled by the faith shown in me by the 24 schools that have offered. I'm thankful to my parents, my coaches, teammates, family & friends. I've found a HOME where I will further my football and track career… pic.twitter.com/4bt5yGPAsU
— Bryan Hudson (@HudsonBryan) April 10, 2018