Tyrese on a recruiting visit to Penn State in October of 2019

Posted On: 11/27/20 9:51 AM

Coaches in nearly any sport will tell you that versatility is a valuable trait, and football is no different.  There are a select few prospects out there that because of their athletic skillsets can play more than one position at a high level.  In the world of high school football recruiting we simply call these kids "athletes".  Meaning they have a set of movement skills and traits that can carry over to more than one position.  When it comes to schools recruiting such young men these athletes eventual positions may be based on what position that the school sees a higher ceiling in, or it can be as simple as a college recruiting them to a certain position out of need.  In this article I’ll be highlighting a few of the athletes that are still uncommitted and are looking for interest.

Tyrese HudsonTyreseHudson5'8" | WRBishop Ready | 2021StateOH C/O 2021
Tyrese HudsonTyreseHudson5'8" | WRBishop Ready | 2021StateOH 5’11 160, C/O 2021, (Bishop Ready)- Hudson is a multifaceted player.  In the 2020 season he lined up at running back, wide receiver and cornerback.  He’s played receiver and defensive back, but until 2020 as a senior in high school

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