When to expect Micah Hudson to return to Texas Tech football workouts

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Highly touted Texas Tech football wide receiver signee Micah Hudson recently underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee that will keep him out of spring practice, a source told the Avalanche-Journal.

The source said Hudson is expected to be available again for summer workouts, including running, lifting weights and participating in 7-on-7. The injury he had repaired dated to his high-school career at Temple Lake Belton.

Hudson, listed at 6-foot and 190 pounds, is the No. 16 prospect in the country and No. 4 in the state on the 247Sports composite index of recruiting-service rankings for the 2024 recruiting class. That puts him among Texas Tech’s highest-ranked recruits all-time.

“He’s one of those guys I’ll be shocked if he’s not an instant contributor,” Tech coach Joey McGuire said on signing day. “We’re expecting him to play as a freshman. I don’t think you’ll ever hear me say we’re going to redshirt Micah Hudson. I think from day one, from the time that he’s here, he will have a presence on this football team.”

It attracted Red Raiders fans’ attention when Hudson was seen at the Tech-Texas basketball game Tuesday night with his left leg in a brace. He signed with Tech in December and started school in January.

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Publish date : 2024-02-29 01:06:34

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