Since before the start of 2018, Virginia Tech has made it clear that Bryan Hudson is one of their top offensive priorities in the 2018 class. The Hokies have been the leaders for months starting after a Junior Day visit in January. VT remained the leader in his recruitment after a visit in mid-March.
Now, Hudson has decided to end his recruitment.
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
Bryan Hudson announced today that he has committed to Virginia Tech. Hudson is the Hokies’ fifth commit of their 2019 class and the first from the state of Kentucky. Hudson is the Hokies’ second offensive line commit of the 2019 class alongside Southwest Virginia three-star OG Jesse Hanson.
The Hokies made Hudson a priority in the 2018 class and though Hudson had an elite offer list, Virginia Tech did an impressive job recruiting him to gain his commitment. Vance Vice was the primary recruiter for Hudson and has shown his recruiting prowess early on in the 2019 class.
Congrats to Bryan Hudson on his commitment to Virginia Tech.
Bryan Hudson in the Recruiting Rankings
Bryan Hudson is regarded as a top 250 recruit nationally as 247 Sports ranks him as the 181st best recruit, the 247 Sports Composite ranks him 214th, Rivals ranks him 242nd, and ESPN ranks him 223rd. Hudson is one of the top offensive lineman as 247 Sports ranks him as the ninth best offensive guard, the 247 Sports Composite and ESPN ranks him as the 11th best guard, and Rivals ranks him as the 25th best offensive tackle. Hudson is ranked as a top 5 recruit in Kentucky by all four major recruiting rankings.
Bryan Hudson’s Offer List (According to 247 Sports)
- ACC: Virginia Tech, Louisville, Duke, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Syracuse, Pittsburgh
- SEC: Alabama, LSU, Florida, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri
- Big 10: Ohio State, Purdue, Rutgers
- Independent: Notre Dame
- Conference USA: Western Kentucky