One of the top 2019 prospects in the state of Kentucky, Scott County High School sophomore offensive lineman Bryan Hudson made an unofficial visit to the University of Louisville on Wednesday.
The 6-foot-4, 275-pound Hudson left with his second scholarship offer.
Hudson, who landed an offer from Kentucky in April, said he toured the U of L facilities, watched some of the Cardinals' practice and was informed by members of the staff he had an offer.
"I am so thankful and blessed for the offer," Hudson told Cardinal Authority. "I am very humbled. It's a great honor."
It's an open week for the current U of L team, but Hudson said it was a spirited practice for the Cardinals. Hudson was making the trip from Georgetown during the week because he's on fall break.
"It was an awesome atmosphere," Hudson said. "They were amazing. It was a really neat experience and its an incredible place."
Hudson was in attendance for Louisville's blowout win over Florida State several weeks ago and is expected back for another game later in the season. He's helped the Scott County Cardinals to a 4-2 record to start the season.
He's the sixth in-state target in the '19 class offered by Louisville, including Trinity defensive lineman Stephen Herron, Doss linebacker Kel'shawn Knight-Goff, Moore defensive end J.J. Weaver, South Warren defensive tackle Jacob Lacey and Christian Academy wide receiver Milton Wright.