Cincinnati (Ohio) Colerain wide receiver Travon Hudson has shown high Division I abilities, but the 6-foot-3, 200-pound prospect has had trouble generating college interest.
The local Cincinnati Bearcats have started to increase their interest in recent months, however, and Hudson is reciprocating.
"That's probably my No. 1 or No. 2 choice," Hudson said. "Me and Coach [Blake] Rolan kind of have a little bond going on. He reminds me of my position coach at my school. My first couple games, that is when they are looking to offer."
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Hudson has generated interest from schools at earlier points in the process, grabbing offers from Purdue, Kent State and Western Michigan.
"It's the same three I've had," Hudson said. "I haven't been talking with anybody lately, really. I have just started getting back in the swing of things."
Hudson said communication with Western Michigan has waned in recent months, but he recently connected with Purdue.
"I talked to Coach Kevin Maurice a couple weeks ago," he said. "He's just saying they want me to come up for a visit and I need to call them more often."
Florida Atlantic is another school that has started to increase their mailings, and Hudson planned to give their coaching staff a call this week. He also is looking into July college camps in an effort to raise his scholarship count.