Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain wide receiver Travon Hudson has made visits to local school thus far in his recruiting process, but later this week the four-star prospect plans to use his spring vacation to check out an ACC program.
"I am probably going to Georgia Tech because I am going down to Atlanta next Thursday. I have some family down there," Hudson said. "My coach had talked to one of the coaches and told him I would be at their spring practice on Saturday. They send me a lot of letters and I want to see how much they pass the ball."
The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Hudson had a rough last year, but is back on track and starting to draw more interest from college programs. Western Michigan recently extended an offer, which adds to previous offers from Purdue and Kent State. The Purdue offer was from their previous staff, however, and he has had limited contact with Coach Darrell Hazell's staff.
The local Cincinnati Bearcats also went through a coaching change, but Hudson has connected with the new staff and been on their campus already this spring.
"I went to a Cincinnati spring practice," Hudson said "It was more intense [than previous staff]. I really like the wide receivers coach. He is real cool and down to earth."
Alabama is another school Hudson has recently started hearing more from, and he hopes to pick up an offer from the defending National Champs.