In 2004: Hard-hitting defender who finished the season ranked tied for fifth on the team in tackles while playing at free safety ... Is moving back to cornerback for his senior season ... Ranked first in tackles among players in the secondary ...Ranks second among returning players in career tackles with 158 ... Led the team in tackles with nine at North Carolina and with a career-high 15 in the win at Maryland ... Named the ACC Defensive Back of the Week for his performance against the Terrapins ... Only defender to score two touchdowns last season, he returned an interception 60 yards for a TD against Georgia Tech and scored a touchdown when he recovered a blocked punt in the season opener with Richmond ... Broke up six passes last season, three in the game against third-ranked Miami ... Led the team with two caused fumbles, one against Virginia Tech and one versus Florida State ... The ensuing touchdown against the Hokies was the difference in that one-point Wolfpack win ... Started the first five games of the season at free safety, he was in for 466 snaps for the season.
In 2003: Was ineligible for competition in 2003, he did participate in practice ... Moved to free safety during spring workouts, he was named the Most Outstanding Player on defense ... ... Carries just 4.5% body fat, that mark ranks 10th on the 2004 squad.
In 2002: In for 710 snaps from scrimmage at cornerback, the third-highest total on the Wolfpack defense ... Suffered an ankle sprain versus Virginia, he was in for only four snaps the next week in the win over Florida State ... Intercepted three pases for the season, tying for the team lead ... Made 33 tackles for the season, 26 were solo stops ... Also tallied two tackles behind the line of scrimmage ... Had a season-high seven stops versus Duke ... Hails from a football family, his brother Jerel played for Florida State, his older brothers Nate and Eric played at Bethune-Cookman and his brother Kevin played at Iowa State.
In 2001: Played more snaps than any other true freshmen with 509 ... Started the last four games of the season at cornerback, he also started the Clemson game when the Pack opened in a nickel package ... Led the team in tackles with 14 versus ninth-ranked Maryland ... Posted the third-longest play in school history when he returned an interception from end zone to end zone versus Duke ... Had a key fumble recovery in the win over Florida State ... Tackled Virginia's Alvin Pearman for a loss of six yards on fourth down from the Pack's one-yard line in the fourth quarter to secure the shutout ... Did not play in the Tangerine Bowl contest, he suffered a neck strain in pre-bowl workouts.
Prep: Picked off five passes as a senior at South Dade High School ... Returned a fumble and an interception for touchdowns ... Voted a usatoday.com and a Max Emfinger All-American ... Returned a kickoff and a punt for a touchdown ... Recorded 75 tackles as a senior ... Earned all-state accolades ... Majoring in sociology ... Born 11/15/82.
2002 Hudson Game-by-Game Stats
2004 Hudson Game by Game Stats
Hudson Career Stats