Class of 2020 athlete Kobe Hudson (Troup County High School/LaGrange, GA) stood above the rest during FBU All-American Bowl week in San Antonio. He had near flawless practices, and an even better performance in the Saturday night Freshman All-American Bowl game, scoring a touchdown on both offense and defense.
Because of that outstanding week, he’s earned his golden ticket.
On Tuesday January 10, Hudson became the first athlete in all of the class of 2020 to receive a U.S. Army All-American Bowl invite.
Salute @Flytweetsonly. Welcome to the fam.
From @SWiltfong247 and @ErikRichardsUSA, welcome to the #ArmyBowl class of 2020 ?? pic.twitter.com/a9NFwEoZu4
— #ArmyBowl (@ArmyAllAmerican) January 10, 2017
Hudson’s week was so great, here’s a timeline of his experience as a FBU All-American:
Jan. 7 | Watch the 2017 Army Bowl at noon, dominate the FBU Freshman All-American Bowl at night.
Jan. 9 | Earn offers from Florida State, Georgia and Auburn.
Jan. 10 | Become the first 2020 U.S. Army All-American.
Quite the last 72 hours for what is currently the class of 2020’s fastest rising star.