Largo defensive back Cordell Hudson has become a hot commodity among recruiting circles with nine offers in the past two weeks.
On Friday, he got his 10th from USF, the first major state school to come through with an offer.
Hudson said he was on the verge of getting the offer before Thursday’s jamboree against Palm Harbor University and Countryside. USF was among the school’s in attendance and Cordell had one of the biggest plays in the jamboree, returning a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown on the opening play against Countryside.
The Bulls have done well landing some of the Packers’ best players. Within the past two months, running back Jarvis Stewart and linebacker Frankie Hernandez both committed to USF.