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Gordon Hudson

Tight End

Gordon Hudson

Inducted 2009

Date of Birth



Kennewick, WA


Brigham Young University (1980-1983)


A two-time All-America (1982-1983), Gordon Hudson set the NCAA records for most passes caught per game by a tight end (5.4), most career yard per game by a tight end (75.3) and most yards in a game by a tight end (259 vs. Utah). As a sophomore, Hudson started at tight end and received All-WAC second-team Honors as well as honorable mention All-America. He tied the NCAA record for receptions by a tight end in a season with 67. His junior season, the tight end was the only unanimous All-WAC selection, also earning consensus All-America status. As a senior, he teamed with Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young to haul in an NCAA record 44 catches and six touchdowns in an injury-shortened season. And for the second straight year, Hudson earned All-WAC First Team and unanimous All-America honors. Upon graduation he played two seasons in the USFL with the LA Express and one season in the NFL for the Seattle Seahawks.


Height 6'4

Weight 231

Career Highlights

  • 1983 All-Conference
  • 1983 Unanimous All-America
  • 1982 All-Conference
  • 1982 Consensus All-America
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