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Tennessee Football Makes Four-Star Safety’s Top Four

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Tennessee Football Vol Walk. Photo by RTI.

Tennessee football made the top four for blue-chip safety Jadyn Hudson on late Tuesday night. The Vols are in the top group for Hudson along with Ohio State, Southern Cal and UCLA.

Hudson ranks as a four-star recruit and the No. 134 player in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings. The Pittsburg, California native ranks as the 11th best safety and the 13th best player in the state of California according to the rankings.

One of the top players in California, Hudson totaled 53 tackles and six interceptions last season while starring for Pittsburg High School.

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Despite landing in Hudson’s top group, Tennessee football has yet to host the blue-chip defensive back on a recruiting visit to date. However, the blue-chip safety has only taken visits to one school in his top four.

The 6-foot-2, 175-pound safety has taken three visits to USC but still hasn’t taken visits to Ohio State or UCLA. He has taken two visits to Oregon and a lone trip to a number of other schools that didn’t made his top group. If Tennessee, Ohio State or UCLA wants to land Hudson they need to host him on a weekend visit.

Tennessee football’s 2025 recruiting class currently contains seven commitments including from two defensive backs Tyler Redmond and Dylan Lewis. The duo play together at Milton High School outside of Atlanta but both are cornerbacks and not safeties.

The Vols’ seven commit recruiting class currently ranks No. 11 nationally according to the 247sports team rankings. 

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