Five-star Baylor commit Patrick Hudson sent out a Tweet on Thursday saying that LSU, along with Florida, Texas, Texas A&M and Baylor might be schools that he will visit before National Signing Day.

He has been committed to Baylor since July of 2014.


Hudson, a 6-6, 325-pound prospect from Silsbee, TX (Silsbee HS) is rated the No. 2 offensive tackle in the country and the No. 5 overall player from the state of Texas for 2016, according to 247 Sports.

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I agree with Dignan's assessment:

"If you are an OL how could you pass up the one in a million chance to block for Leonard Fournette" !!!.........

Think about it Patrick Hudson - there are no other backs like Leonard, neither physically or always giving credit to his OL, associated with any other school on your list and we all know Baylor passes the ball ALOT.........

Or you could always stay with Baylor and passively pass block for their passing game and receive national pass blocking notoriety?....... Or you could aggressively pancake some D Lineman in the SEC and watch Leonard run forever..... the choice is yours.
Reply69 months
"Here is where I'm going to take my official visits!!!!"

"I may or may not take these visits."

All in the same tweet.
Reply69 months
If you're a five star offensive tackle and ready to play as a true freshman, how could you pass up the opportunity to block for Leonard Fournette?
Reply69 months
IDGAF. The #2 OT in the country is possibly considering taking official visits. If he is smart, LSU is the best place for him as an OL.

LSU is about to send a guard and a tackle in the top 3 rounds and Pocic is likely to be a 1st or 2nd round tackle/guard next year.

Reply69 months
So the note says "MIGHT visit," and the tweet says "going to visit"...
Reply69 months
Lofty potential visit, mates #SoBlessToHaveLes
Reply69 months
Cautiously Optimistic.
Reply69 months
i MIGHT care if he comes......but i MIGHT not.

now if he commmits, i MIGHT fap............but i might not.
Reply69 months
What do you expect? He is 18-years old and making the biggest decision of his life. If your school gets him, you will not "B@tch" about it. Thousands of H.S. athletes before him had done this numerous times. It is no big deal!

Geaux Tigers!
Reply69 months
Some recruits sure do love attention. Listing schools that you "may or may not visit" when you're committed to another school seems pretty pointless. Don't put a list of schools out there unless you're actually going to visit them.
Reply69 months
Visit would be awesome
Reply69 months
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