Colerain, one of the top programs in Ohio, is set on running the triple option offense and Hudson knows his stats may not be equal to others in the country.
Playing running back and wide receiver this season, Hudson knows his future may see some changes at the high school level.
"I like running the ball instead of catching the ball," said Hudson. "Right now I'm learning to play running back but feel I'll be a running back next year and maybe a quarterback my senior year."
With high goals, Hudson knows his work off the field is important if he expects to have success on it.
"It all starts in the weight room," said Hudson. "The hard work there pays off on the field. It shows in between the lines if you are not working."
With one of his goals looking to be on track, Hudson doesn't have to look far to stay grounded.
"I want to be the top junior prospect in the city and state," said Hudson. "Several of my teammates pick me up all the time and tell me to keep my head up. They keep you grounded so you don't get too far ahead of yourself."
While several schools are showing early interest, Hudson does have something pulling him towards Michigan State.
So far this season, Hudson has rushed for 111 yards on only 11 carries and two touchdowns while pulling down four receptions for 51 yards and a score.