Khaleke Hudson, who was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, was selected by Washington in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. On July 23, 2020, he officially became a member of the team by signing a four-year rookie contract.
Before Hudson got into the NFL, he started his career at McKeesport Area High School in Pennsylvania. Hudson was a utility player who played as safety and running back.
Coming out of high school, Hudson was one of the best-rated recruits in the whole state of Pennsylvania. As a sought-after athlete, he had a lot of offers from institutions such as Michigan, Pittsburgh, UCLA, and Penn State. He ultimately chose Michigan.
Hudson attended the University of Michigan, where he played four seasons for the Michigan Wolverines.
On September 3, 2016, Hudson made his first appearance in a game against Hawaii. During the 2016 season, Khaleke participated in all 13 games, largely on special teams.
Khaleke received the Special Teams Player of the Game award following a victory at home against Illinois despite just playing in two games as a safety.
Khaleke Hudson Stats: How Good Is Khaleke Hudson?
Hudson is skilled in coverage and quick, coming in eighth out of the 30 linebackers who ran the 40-yard dash at the 2020 NFL combine. He played “Viper,” a hybrid position combining strong safety, outside linebacker, and nickel cornerback, for three seasons as a starter at Michigan.
Khaleke Hudson has a Pass Coverage Archetype, an Overall Rating of 67 on Madden NFL 23, and a Short Stride Loose Running Style.
What Happened To Khaleke Hudson?
Due to an ankle injury, Hudson was unable to participate in the final five games of the 2021 season for the Commanders.