Hudson had a monumental signing Thursday with Hannah Grandgeorge.
No Lady Hornet basketball player has signed to play collegiately in 15 years, but Grandgeorge broke the silence and signed to ball out at East Texas Baptist University.
The Tigers will be getting a four-year letterwinner who was named the co-offensive player of the year and placed on the all-region team this past season. She also is a two-time all-district selection.
Her coaches aren't surprised to see her versatility on the court get picked up.
“She’s an all-around player. I mean from inside, to outside, she’s a hustle player. She's one of those who asks to always stay after and fully dedicates herself to basketball. They're getting the total package,” said Lady Hornet head basketball coach Kirsten Hines.
“I started playing when I was about five and I just loved the game. I knew I never wanted to quit and I know I'm going to have to one day, but I'm excited that I get to do it four more years at ETBU,” said Grandgeorge.
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