2023 Jacob Hudson takes the game of basketball very serious and has made it a point to put in the work now so that he can compete at the next level.  The Concordia Lutheran High School product has become one of the better guards in the Houston area over the past year.  A true gym rat, who loves to be in the gym any chance he gets, has a ceiling of potential that he is just starting to tap into.  Once it is all said and done his name will be mentioned among the top guards in the city and beyond.

Standing 6’2, Hudson already has the height and the strength to cause serious matchup problems at the high school level.  A three-level scorer, with great instincts allows him to play multiple positions on the offensive end.  He is a silky-smooth player and has shown a tremendous amount of confidence in his playmaking abilities over the past 12 months.   He is an elite ball handler and will attack the rim every chance that he gets.  He is as gifted of a shooter that you will find at the high school level and who has put in a lot of work to improve his three-point shot.  He can step out from well beyond the arc and consistently make the three, or he can pull up from the mid-range when the defense is aggressive on the perimeter.  While his decision making in terms of being a scorer as well as a point guard is constantly improving, his passing ability is well above most of his peers.  Where he sets himself apart is in the open court where he is constantly in attack mode putting pressure on opposing defenses. 
Defensively he seen some growth by being more aggressive on every possession.  He has great instincts as size which allows him to get in the passing lanes and get steals that lead to transition plays.  He has great positioning on rebounding and is very sound as a on ball defender.  He can switch off on smaller guards because of his speed as well as bigger defenders because of size and strength.  He is a legit top prospect in the Houston area and beyond and some of the schools in the region are taking notice.  

His outstanding growth over the last year has gained him interest from the likes of UCA, Texas State, and Texas A&M Commerce.  This list will grow a lot over the next 6-12 months as he prepares to play this winter for his school and then compete against national talent next spring and summer.  Hudson competed with Texas based Team Temple in the NY2LA Circuit last travel season.