Dallas Wilmer Hutchins three-star cornerback Walter Hudson has lined up his second official visit. He had previously set up a visit with Kansas State for December 12, so who’s been added to the visit list.
“I still go to K-State on December 12,” Hudson, who is 6-foot and 184 pounds, said. “Then I’ve set something up with Tulsa for January 9. I’ve also got a date with TCU, but I don’t have the paper with all that right here in front of me.”
Hudson said he still is pretty open to many of the teams. He’s also talking to Colorado, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Iowa State and Oregon. All but Oregon have offered him in one way or the other.
“I’ve been invited to the Army All-America game, so I’m working hard and getting ready for that,” Hudson said. “I’m going to run track, too, in the spring, so I’m working hard in the weight room and out on the track every day. I have to be in shape and show everybody that I’m one of the best cornerbacks in the nation.”
Hudson isn’t ready to also claim a leader.
“Kansas State and Oklahoma have been with me since the beginning, but I’m not going to make any decisions until I take my visits,” Hudson said. “That’s going to be important for me.”
Hudson is ranked as the nation’s No. 21 cornerback in America by Rivals.com.