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Scott County’s Bryan Hudson Commits to Virginia Tech


One of the top football prospects in the Commonwealth will leave the state of Kentucky to play college football.  Bryan Hudson announced on Twitter that he has committed to Virginia Tech.

Kentucky began recruiting the four-star offensive tackle from Scott County as a freshman.  Seen as Landon Young 2.0, the two competed against each other in KHSAA wrestling and shot put.  Hudson ultimately decided to turn down the Cats, Alabama, Ohio State and many others to play college football and track in Blacksburg.

Considered a Top 200 player in the nation, he’s still just the No. 4 player overall in the state of Kentucky’s 2019 class.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

13 responses to “Scott County’s Bryan Hudson Commits to Virginia Tech”

  1. jahanc2uky

    A like button for this post Nick, but who are the other 3 recruits for 2019 ranked higher than him? Is UK in a good position with these other 3 recruits?

    1. UoKFB PHAN

      Yelp, I’m with you… who are the other 3. Surely KSR doesn’t expect us to take the initiative and do the work ourselves. Come on Nick… help this lazy fan out.

  2. JerryDamage

    He was offered by UK, Bama, and Ohio State and he chose Virginia Tech?

    I bet it was a girl. It’s always a girl when they choose a school like that.

    1. LongTimeReader

      I would imagine based from the post VA Tech was one of the few schools that was going to allow him to do both football and shot put.

  3. Catcasey1

    Y there

  4. Duuuuuude

    Flip Him!

  5. jos_ros_


  6. Sentient Third Eye

    Impressive that the bluegrass actually has four top-200 recruits. That couldn’t happen too often.

    As for Hudson, he mentioned that he also wants to pursue his track career. What school in the country is better equipped to do both football and track than UK?

    1. IheartRex

      Probably isn’t good enough to get PT on UK’s track team.

    2. notFromhere

      No doubt, STE! Was thinkin the same thing. Has to be some other reason

  7. notFromhere

    Virginia is nice

    1. Bull Filmer

      Virginia is for Lovers.


    It is a long time till he can sign the NLI paperwork. I would say Stoops and company will still be working on him until then.

    Its good to hear he likes track & field but if he seriously wants to have a shot at the NFL then he will have to make a decision at some point to focus on football and leave T/F behind. I hope that is something he and his family are considering. If its an academic pursuit with VT then that is totally different issue.