OSU commit to visit Clemson and others


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Bruce Judson - Athlete
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Height: 5-10   Weight: 175   Hometown: Cocoa, FL (Cocoa HS)   Class: 2017

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4-star 2017 athlete and current Ohio State commit Bruce JudsonBruce Judson
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5-10, 175
Cocoa, FL

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from Cocoa, FL will visit several schools this summer including Clemson according to his twitter account.

Judson spoke with TigerNet on Tuesday and said that "he can't wait to come up" to visit Clemson.

Ohio State is recruiting him as an athlete (possibly running back) and he committed to the Buckeye's the day of their national championship victory over Oregon.

Judson has offers from Cincinnati, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Kentucky, Miami, Ohio State, Temple, UAB and others. Clemson offered on 4/15/14.

He has publicly stated in the past that he does not have to play quarterback at the college level.

His high school coach went from a traditional wing-t attack to a shotgun spread with zone read to take advantage of Judson's speed and athleticism. As a freshman, Judson passed for over 1000 yards and 1000 yards rushing and had 12 total touchdowns and was named a MaxPreps Freshman All-American.

He has been clocked at a 4.42 40 yard dash and runs a 10.78 100 meters in high school track.

Judson recently torn his hamstring at a track meet and is currently rehabbing the injury.



View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Bruce Judson Recruiting Profile
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