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Former Baylor recruit Patrick Hudson committed to Texas on Wednesday, according to ESPN.

Hudson, a four-star offensive guard from Silsbee, Texas, was one of five players who was released from his National Letter of Intent with Baylor.

The move came after a number of players announced that they did not plan to attend the school following coach Art Briles’s firing for his role in a sexual assault scandal that rocked the university.

Hudson also took an official visit to Oklahoma before committing to the Longhorns. He originally committed to Texas A&M in March before making a late flip to Baylor. 

Hudson is ranked as the No. 68 overall player and No. 3 offensive guard according to Scout.com.

Texas coach Charlie Strong reacted to the news Wednesday, posting a message on Twitter.

No. 1 ATH Dylan Moses releases list of official visits

Texas currently has the No. 3 ranked class for 2016.

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