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.
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
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.