Future 5-star playmaker gets Clemson offer

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2020 WR Kobe Hudson (6-2, 190) from Lagrange, GA (Troup County) received an offer from Clemson on Thursday according to his Twitter account.

Hudson, the first player invited to the 2020 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, already has offers from Alabama, Appalachian State, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, and Michigan.

Earlier this spring, Hudson visited the Tigers and also was on hand for the 56-7 destruction of rival South Carolina.

Hudson grew up an Auburn fan, and Cam Newton is his favorite player, but recently said Alabama and Clemson were his top two. However, Hudson told TigerNet on Thursday evening that he was open in his recruiting but "he loves Clemson."

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