After starring for two years on the gridiron for Colerain High in Cincinnati, sophomore wide receiver Travon Hudson spent the past semester at a different high school, making it difficult for college coaches to find him.
Hudson transferred out of the district and attended East End Community Heritage School for the past few months. However, he is moving back to the area and will return to classes at Colerain on Monday where mail is awaiting him.
"College coaches left their numbers and letters with [Colerain] Coach [Tom] Bolden," Hudson said.
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The 6-foot-3, 200-pound Hudson plans to pick up where he left off at Colerain when he returns next week. He then will transition into the summer and may look to attend a college camp or two.
"I'm trying to make it up to the Michigan Camp if I don't have baseball or basketball," Hudson said.
Hudson played last fall with Michigan signee Joe Bolden, who enrolled early and spent the spring practicing with the Wolverines.
"I've texted him here and there," Hudson said. "He said he likes it up there and got his wings a couple weeks ago, so he was excited."
Other schools that have Hudson's interest include Oregon, Cincinnati and Alabama. His name has been on the recruiting radar for the past year, but while other Midwest receivers are already starting to pick up scholarship offers, being away from Colerain the last several months has stunted Hudson's recruitment.
Following camps this summer, Hudson expects his next college campus visits to take place in the fall for games.
"I'm going to try to make it to a Michigan game and an Ohio State game, probably," Hudson said. "Ohio State sends me a few letters and invited me to camps over the summer. I am going to try to make that too."
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