"I love the coaching staff and they're really good to me," Hudson said. "I found out a lot about the campus over this past weekend and past month. The last thing was that I had some good relationships with the players. I really got along with them well."
As excited as Hudson was to announce the news, the Bulls' coaching staff was just as thrilled to build something special over the next four years with the local offensive lineman.
"The coaching staff was just really excited," Hudson said. "Coach (David) Reaves, my recruiting coach, was very excited. He had me call coach Taggart and he was excited as well. They were just really happy to start something good for the next four years."
The offensive lineman was scheduled to visit North Carolina State this weekend, but those plans are now cancelled.
The 6-foot-6, 275-pound offensive tackle is rated a 3-star prospect by Scout.com, and is the 114th best offensive tackle in the country.
Hudson has been committed to the Missouri Tigers since last summer, but distance was starting to become a factor. Hudson becomes the 24th commitment in the Bulls' impressive 2014 recruiting class.