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2019 OT Bryan Hudson adds two major offers

Scott County (Ky.) offensive lineman Bryan Hudson is only a sophomore, but his offer list has steadily grown over the last year and he added two big ones this week in Alabama and Florida. He talks about his visits to both schools here.

Bryan Hudson said he was a little bit surprised when Louisville offered him as a freshman. Kentucky offered too before his sophomore season, so he has experience with receiving major college offers.

Still, this week's back to back offers from Florida and then Alabama were exciting moments for the 6-foot-4, 285-pound offensive lineman.

"It's absolutely crazy getting them back to back," the class of 2019 standout said. "It's such a blessing."

These offers came during a trip south which allowed him to stop at both schools. He started in Gainesville on Friday.

"I did visit Florida on Friday and I saw practice. The facilities were incredible. I really liked the mentality of the coaches and the way they coach," he said.

Then on Monday, it was over to Tuscaloosa where the Crimson Tide offered. 

"I really liked the school. They have had a lot of success with academics and have a lot of emphasis for the education. I really like how Coach Saban and Coach Key coaches. They are very approachable."

The visits continue on Tuesday when Hudson visits Auburn. The Tigers have not offered yet, but given how the last few days have gone for Hudson, that is a good possibility.

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