Jordan Hudson

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Class Year2022
InfoWR / 6-1 / 190

TCU Horned Frogs

TCU Horned Frogs
Exp2022 - 2022
Age19
2022
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TCU
2021
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Garland
As a Recruit
Consensus
95.27
Natl.70
WR9
TX13
Class2022
CommittedCommitted Team11/29/21
High SchoolGarland
HometownGarland, TX
On3 DB / Jordan Hudson

Personal Life

Jordan Hudson burst onto the scene as the Texas District 9-6A offensive newcomer of the year in 2019 after hauling in 80 catches for 1,285 yards and 19 touchdowns. He followed that up by being named the district’s offensive player of the year as a junior. Along with success on the gridiron, Hudson is also successful in track. He ran an 11.34-second 100-meter time as a junior and also triple jumped 45 feet, 7 inches in 2021. Hudson plans on majoring in sports journalism. His father, Walter Hudson, attended school at K-State. His mother is Lateshia Head. His siblings are Javien Hudson and Jakyre Washington.

Recruiting Industry Comparison

consensus
95.27
National
70
Position - WR
9
State - TX
13
98
NATL.15
WR2
TX3
93
NATL.157
WR26
TX26
86
NATL.58
WR6
TX14
5.9
NATL.103
WR20
TX13
Hudson News
Reminds Us Of
Jordan Hudson and Jaxon Smith-Njigba are two prolific wide receivers from the Dallas area with similar physical traits and skill sets at the position. Before becoming the best receiver in college football, Smith-Njigba was a record-setting high school player, catching 109 passes for 2,132 yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior at Rockwall (Texas) High. Hudson didn’t post that level of production, but scored on 22 of his 67 catches as senior. Both were in the 6-foot-1, 190-pound range as seniors with filled out frames. Perhaps most similarly, the two are extremely smooth, efficient movers with strong hands. Smith-Njigba was one of the best high school route-runners I’ve seen in person with his elite quickness and change of direction. Seeing Hudson give top cornerbacks issues at Under Armour All-America Game practices reminded me of seeing Smith-Njigba do the same at the All-American Bowl a few years earlier. Neither is likely to light up the stopwatch, but are among the more technically skilled receivers to come out of the high school ranks in the last several cycles.