2013 three-star tight end Ray Hudson received his first offer today from the California Golden Bears. The Foothill HS star has had some interest from major programs, but he had yet to receive an offer in his recruitment. That has all changed today with the major Pac-12 offer, and Hudson will be hoping for more in the near future and certainly has some solid programs looking at him.
Ray Hudson is a 6’4″, 230 pound TE who runs a 4.6 forty and can also play at outside linebacker. However, it goes without saying that Hudson is a better TE with his speed and pass-catching ability. Seriously, running a 4.6 forty is impressive for someone of his solid size. The Pleasanton, California recruit can also bench 295 and squat 430.
Many Pac-12 teams are interested in him, such as Arizona, Cal, Colorado, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, Washington, and Washington State. That means that ten of the twelve Pac-12 teams are interested in Ray Hudson. Not only that, but major programs in other conferences like San Diego State, TCU, Vanderbilt, Nevada, Houston, Michigan, Duke, and Boston College.
The Oregon NFTC MVP deserves more offers in the future from those programs, as he is a solid tight end with a good blend of size, speed, and athleticism. Hudson is raw, but he has quite a bit of potential and looks like a quality TE on tape.
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