2014 Hudson was the backup for starting punter Colby Cooke... Averaged just 32.7 yards on three punts... Also served as primary holder for Commodore place-kickers during the season.
2013 Despite entering the season without collegiate experience, Hudson performed remarkably as the Commodores' No. 1 punter... Participated in all 12 regular season games, earning starting assignment in first 11 games... Ended the season ranked seventh in the SEC with a 42.9-yard average...Posted 13 punts of 50 yards or longer, 4th most in the SEC, including four beyond 60 yards... Commodores also ranked 7th in the SEC in punt coverage with a 38.2-yard net average... Only two of 48 punts resulted in touchbacks... Averaged 44.7 yards through first six games... Also added punts of 69 and 64 yards against Kentucky and Wake Forest, respectively... Recognized as CoSIDA District IV Academic All-American during the season.
2012 Hudson did not see action as a walk-on punter during the season.
2011 Hudson did not see action as a walk-on punter during his first year with the Commodore program.
High School Senior captain as quarterback and punter, helping Olentangy Liberty to a 6-4 record in 2010... Earned All-Ohio Capital Conference First Team honors, and received the Ernie Godfrey Award... Named to Columbus Dispatch All-Metro team, as well as All-Central District second team... Received special scholar-athlete recognition by Columbus chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame... Also lettered four years in varsity lacrosse.
Personal Taylor Scott Hudson... Son of Scott and Susan Hudson... Born on May 28, 1992... Has a younger brother, Zach... Elected prom king of high school prom... Member of Beta Upsilon Chi fraternity.
Career Highs Longest Punt: 75, at South Carolina, 9/14/2013 Highest game Avg.: 52.0 yards, at UMass, 9/21/2013