Three-star defensive end Andrew Hudson (6-3, 230, 4.7) from Redlands (Calif.) Redlands East Valley (REV) has been busy taking trips over the past few weeks and the talented defensive lineman has decided on what school to continue his education and play his college football.
"Word sure travels fast," REV head coach Kurt Bruich said. "Andrew just committed to Washington earlier this morning.
"Andrew had a good visit with Oregon State and that made the decision tougher," Bruich said. "But he discussed all the pros and cons with his family and I and he decided on Washington.
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"Andrew loved the atmosphere at Washington and the coaches."
In eight games as a senior, while fighting through double teams and being avoided like the swine flu, Hudson has accounted for 42 tackles, eight sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.
As a junior, Hudson earned first-team all-CIF and first-team all-league after racking up 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.
Besides offers from Washington and Oregon State, Hudson had scholie opportunities from Arizona, Arizona State, Fresno State, San Diego State, Utah and Tennessee.
The Huskies get a play in Hudson who 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.