Dorenzo Hudson may not have a big national reputation but the 6-foot-5, 195-pound shooting guard from Forrest Hills High School in Union County, N.C. is receiving interest, and scholarship offers, from a number of top programs in the Southeast.
The three-star shooting guard is averaging 17 points and 10 rebounds a game for Forrest Hills (15-1). He has caught the eye of recruiters and starting to see the fruits of his labors.
"Recruiting is going real good," Hudson said. "I've taken some unofficial visits and seeing some good games already."
Hudson said he is holding offers from Clemson, East Carolina, Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia Tech. He took in the Georgia-Florida game as well as the Clemson-Wake Forest tilt.
Like most prospects, Hudson wants to find a system that is conducive for his outside touch and college ready size.
"I'm looking for a place that will fit my style of play," Hudson said. "I want to go somewhere that gets out and runs. And I want to play for a good coach that treats his players like family."
Any leaders at this stage in the game?
"I really don't know," Hudson said. "I am weighing my options."