2022 – WR - Jordan Hudson – Garland, TX – 6’1/ 180
247 Rank: National - 127 / WR - 16 / TX – 20
Commitment – University of Oklahoma
Name/Location/Date/Time of film for evaluation – Jordan Hudson – Hudl – 2/2/2021 – 5m 45sec
Physical Attributes – Jordan has solid size and length that can have him at the slot or wide at the receiver position. He possesses great burst and acceleration but not positive exactly with no track times. I do see from this exposure that he does get caught at times which makes me keep him out of the elite status. Either was his burst and acceleration and ability to separate is evident. He can drop weight to come in and out of cuts and impressively put his foot in the ground at the top of his routes without missing stride. He shows excellent balance and body control and is a twitchy athlete. He shows great hands and the ability to win the one on one balls. In terms of strength and power, Jordan must get in that weight room and improve in that area. This will also help him with his top end speed and his ability to stick his foot in the ground and burst after cuts.
Position Specific Skills – Jordan has all the tools to be very productive at the power 5 level. He shows great twitch, get off and balance and body control. He can change direction and drop his weight to create separation both on short and long routes. He has great top end speed to hit the homerun. He has soft hands and can win the one on one catches with a strong grip. You want to see more toughness and blocking on film and this is something he must bring into his overall game.
Overall – Jordan is a fluid, burstful, fast, athletic WR who is one of the best in America in his class. He has a high ceiling and will continue to get better as he matures physically. His ability to separate and his ability after the catch is very impressive. He has the full package when it comes to physical attributes when added to his advanced route running ability.
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