Texas continues to reap Baylor defectors, lands four-star OL

Baylor’s losses continue to be Texas’ gains.

This time, four-star offensive lineman Patrick Hudson, the No. 7 prospect in the state of Texas in the class of 2016, committed and signed an aid agreement with the Longhorns on Wednesday, ESPN.com reported.

An Under Armour All-American, Hudson, a 6-5 1/2, 335-pound guard from Silsbee, Texas, was one of five Baylor players released from national letters of intent June 23 and instantly became one of the nation’s most sought-after prospects once again. He was considered the No. 2 guard in the nation, according to 247 Sports.

Four-star OT JP Urquidez and three-star athlete Donovan Duvernay, also released from their Baylor commitments, signed with the Longhorns last Saturday, only days after Devin Duvernay — rated the No. 4 wide receiver in the nation in the class of 2016 — signed with Texas.

Devin Duvernay signed in February to play at Baylor but found out his letter of intent wasn’t valid because Baylor didn’t submit it to the Big 12. He signed with Texas on June 22.

The group bolsters a 2016 recruiting class that 247 Sports already had rated No. 7 in the nation.

Source: MSN Sports

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