Hudson's commitment will put a smile on Red Raiders fan's faces.
"The coaches, they're very, very genuine, and they keep it real," Hudson said. "It's different there, you know, they've got a good culture there.
"I've got a good connection with the wide receiver coach, Coach Juice (Justin Johnson). Coach (Brian) Nance, that's my guy.
"Coach (Joey) McGuire, obviously. He coached high school, so he knows how to deal with kids and things like that. You know, he didn't just coach college kids. He knows how to read a kid and how to talk to the kid and what makes him tick and what doesn't make him tick and things like that. I feel like he's very good at being all about the kid and just trying to make the kid feel good and feel good about himself.
"Patrick Mahomes went there. Michael Crabtree won the Biletnikoff there, and I can see myself doing the same thing there, just making an impact early and things like that."
Hudson is the highest-rated commitment for the Red Raiders in the internet rankings era and is the No. 2 prospect overall in the 2024 DCTF Rising Hot 100.
The DCTF five-star collected 65 receptions for 1,198 yards and 14 touchdowns to earn 4-5A Division I Overall MVP honors as a junior in 2022.
Lake Belton Head Coach Brian Cope recognizes Hudson's elite talent on the field but is equally appreciative of what type of person he is off the field.
"He probably has the most elite ball skills that I've ever been around," Cope said.
"He's also just a great kid. He always thanks colleges for coming to visit him. He would go and clean up the stands after games. He's gonna go sign autographs for the little kids.
"He just wants to make Lake Belton High School a better place."
And now that he is committed, Hudson will move on after Lake Belton to make Texas Tech a better place.
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