Klundt 10th Bruin to sign with division one program
The Twin Falls gym foyer has been packed with an audience as athletes sign their national letters of intent, continuing on their athletic careers.
Monday afternoon one bruin is heading to big sky country.
In front of a packed house, Hudson Klundt signed his letter to commit to Montana State.
The hard to miss 6’4, tackle was surrounded by his parents whom he credits for all of his success.
He will red shirt his freshman year to adjust to collegiate athletics, but is excited for what he can contribute.
His high school coach Allyn Reynolds said in a speech, it was Hudson’s hard work and dedication that landed him a spot with a division one program. He’s the 10th bruin to do so.
“My mom supported me big time but my dad took me to camps all summer did all that with me, supported me, and he's a big part of where I am right now. My coaches for sure, just pushing me in practice, workouts and everything like that,” Hudson said.
Hudson plans to study pre-med and major in molecular biology before heading to med school.
His commitment is extra special as his father played under his future head coach Jeff Choate, while he was an assistant at Twin Falls in the late 1990's.