Three-star defensive end Andrew Hudson (6-3, 230, 4.7) from Redlands (Calif.) Redlands East Valley is drawing the type of attention that you would expect a D-I prospect to attract from the opposition.
Even though offenses are scheming to neutralize Hudson with double teams and such, he still has racked up 23 tackles, three sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
On the recruiting trail, Hudson has one visit set and he is trying to work out details on at least two others.
"I visit Washington on October 24th, for sure," Hudson said. "I may visit Arizona on October 17th, but that is still being worked out.
"I think that I'm visiting Oregon State on October 31st," Hudson said. "I was going to try and visit Oregon State this past weekend, but it was too soon for my parents.
"That's it for now, as far as visits go."
What does Hudson like about the schools, he's visiting?
"Washington has a great coaching staff and a great opportunity for a good education," Hudson said. "All of the schools that I'm thinking of visiting have good staffs and good education.
"All of the schools that I am visiting have been early and I want to visit them to learn more about them," Hudson said. "My original intention was to take all five visits before making my decision, but I'm not sure about that right now."
Hudson earned first-team all-CIF and first-team all-league as a junior after accounting for 70 tackles, nine sacks and one fumble recovery.
The scouting report on Hudson is he is unstoppable on the high school level if you try to handle him with one blocker. He has an outstanding motor and never takes a play off. He definitely has a lot of upside.
A two-sport letterman, Hudson is also an outstanding wrestler.
Hudson earned a spot on the Rivals.com California Preseason Top 100 team for the class of 2010 and landed as the Golden State's No. 74 player at any position.