The South Florida Bulls added on a piece to their secondary that could greatly help them in the future.
Former Wisconsin safety Austin Hudson has finally made a decision on where he would continue his college career and it is in his home state of Florida.
According to College Football Talk, Hudson made the decision that he will take his talents to Tampa and USF.
The Bulls have not struggled mightily in the last few seasons, only mustering three wins in 2012, two in 2013, and four in 2014. During those three seasons, the Bulls’ defense allowed an average of 2733 yards through the air.
Hudson made the decision to leave Wisconsin in March after he was two-star member of the Badgers’ 2014 recruiting class. He played in all fourteen games for the Badgers in 2014 as a true freshman. He recorded nineteen tackles, one sack, and one forced fumble.
Because of NCAA regulations, Hudson will sit out the 2015 season, but he will still have three years of eligibility left starting in 2016.
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