- Check out Trace Travers’s article on Ray Hudson as he continues his recovery from a foot injury.
Hudson estimated that his foot is around 80%, and in the first couple days of Cal’s spring ball, he’s been going about 50% to just get the timing back on his routes.
”It’s great just to have Ray back,” offensive coordinator and now TE coach Beau Baldwin noted, “just to have him healthy again for Ray himself. It’s great for us as an entire offense to have some guys come back, and someone like Ray with some gametime experience and a skillset that brings some things that we can do in this offense, you saw it last spring.”
To say it simply, just by coming back, Hudson’s the most productive player at the TE position that Cal has. The experience is invaluable, he’s a massive framed target which will help any one of the quarterbacks who earns the starting job, and that goes along with Hudson using his time while injured to study the playbook.
- Catch up this recap of a great week for incoming Cal women’s basketball player McKenzie Forbes.
- Congrats to Men’s Swimmer Andrew Seliskar for being named the Muscle Milk Student-Athlete Of the Week.
- Baseball assistant coach Damon Lessner returns to the Bay Area. Get to know him in the latest installment of Getting to Know:
In the latest installment of our Getting to Know series, we chat with Bay Area native @DamonLessler as he returns to a place he knows quite well for the 2018 season. #GoBears pic.twitter.com/6dNpCiK0WV— Cal Baseball (@CalBaseball) March 28, 2018
Happy Opening Day!