Hudson is an athletic left tackle. He has very quick feet in his set and uses a YAK TEE inside-hand punch to steer and control defenders in pass protection. He does need to play with more consistent knee bend. He can get too upright at times. He’s at his best in the run game. He excels on the back side, using his outstanding quickness to reach and cut off defenders. He’s also very good working up to the second level. Zone-run teams are going to love him because of his quickness and athleticism. He’s also a very good finisher. Hudson hasn’t generated a lot of buzz in personnel circles to this point, but I’m a believer in his skill set. He will be a quality starting tackle.Radunz is a tall, lean left tackle. He has average foot quickness and athleticism. He is dependable in pass protection. He operates out of a wide stance and prefers to catch/absorb rather than punch and control. He has excellent awareness (you can see him pick up two free rushers against Central Arkansas). He flashes the ability to redirect and recover when he’s beat early in the down. In the run game, he excels on combo blocks and shows some nasty to finish at the point of attack. Overall, Radunz needs to improve his hand usage and gain some strength, but he should emerge as a starting right tackle.