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Hudson Card readies to lead 2020 class
Texas started its 2020 class the same way it began its 2019 class — with a quarterback. Lake Travis’ Hudson Card pledged to the Longhorns in May after picking up an offer at the Orange-White game in April. The four-star dual-threat quarterback spent his sophomore season playing wide receiver while backing up senior quarterback Matthew Baldwin, who signed with Ohio State in 2018.
Card was the District 25-6A newcomer of the year after recording 69 catches for 1,137 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Card is expected to start at quarterback for Lake Travis as a junior. He took over for Baldwin in the Class 6A Division I championship game after Baldwin was injured and nearly led the Cavaliers to a win over Allen. He threw for 604 yards and six touchdowns as a sophomore. Card is a life-long UT fan who didn’t wait to pull the trigger despite offers from nearly every major program in the country.
At what age did you fall in love with football?
I fell in love with football at five when I was playing flag football.
What made Texas your choice?
I’ve always liked UT. It’s always been my favorite school. Austin is a great place to live.
What are your goals as a junior?
To win a state championship with my team and improve each day as a quarterback and leader of the team.
What was most important to you as a recruit?
Texas is a place I can see myself even without football. It has great academics and I have great relationships with the coaches.
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