Well, Judson ran a 4.28 at Georgia's camp this weekend on the track as well. If Judson were to borrow a line from a movie, it might be from Cole Trickle in Days of Thunder: "If you think it's luck, let's do it again."
Judson did do it again, and he proved himself to be one of the quickest players in the south twice this year. At 5-8 and 150 pounds right now, he is a bit undersized for big time D1 football, but he will find a spot. He is a dynamite return man, and that is where he is getting a look right now.
"A lot of the teams I talk to want to bring me in as a return man first," said Judson. "I've been to camps at Wake Forest, Georgia, and Louisville. I was supposed to go to North Carolina, but I had pulled a muscle in my stomach. I got offers from Central Michigan and Delaware after the Georgia camp. My favorite teams right now are probably Louisville, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, North Carolina, and Auburn."
Judson can be an early contributor on special teams, and he has the ability to make an impact at corner before his collegiate career is over as well.