"I have been down to Texas State several times and I really liked it there. I have a legitimate shot to get playing time as a freshman, and everyone there has really shown me a lot of love. One of the best things about going to Texas State is that its only about an hour away from my house, so I can go home pretty much whenever I need to," said Hutchison about why he chose Texas State.
Hutchison was also considering Houston, Oregon State, and Duke, who were all reportedly recruiting him pretty heavily. Secondary Coach Jason Washington was the lead recruiter, and has done a really good staying in contact with Hutchison.
"I started to feel like it was time to figure out where I fit in the best, and what my best option was. Texas State is where I felt most at home. I liked Oregon State, Houston, and North Texas, but Texas State really just seemed like the best school for me. I called Coach Washington a few days earlier and asked if my offer still stands, he told me yes, and now here we are. The campus there and the facilities are really nice and I am excited to be the newest member of the Bobcats," said Hutchison.
Bralon is slotted to be on offense and will most likely be used in the role C.J. Best is right now for the Bobcats, a utility type player. Bralon will either be lining up in the slot at WR, or could end up in the backfield. As a RB, he will need to add some weight and strength in order to pound the rock.