The three-star recruit, holding over 20 offers from Division 1 programs across the country, hopes to lead his team to victory during his last go-round.
"I'm very excited to play in Vegas, it's my last AAU tournament ever," Hudson said. "I want to just play complete games, get my teammates involved, win as many games as we can at my last tournament."
Are any of his offers-to-date standing out yet?
"Nah, not really," Hudson said. "It's still really early for me.
While he isn't sure if he wants to visit WKU just yet, the 6-foot-3 shooting guard has a positive early impression about the Toppers'.
"I feel pretty good about them (WKU) right now," he said. "I don't know a whole lot of information about them yet though, it's still early.
"I'm looking to narrow it down probably by September, then make my decision by late November or early December. "
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