2025 forward Hudson Greer makes noise at Opening Day
The travel season officially got underway over the weekend with several notable events across the country. I tuned into TB5 Reports’ Opening Day via BallerTV, as our friend Kellen Buffington had some of the top talent in the DFW area on-hand for the event.
One of those impressive prospects that stood out was 2025 Austin (TX) Lake Travis forward Hudson Greer. The 6-foot-7 sophomore was in a groove for much of the weekend, utilizing his length, athleticism, and shot-making ability to make a difference for his Pro Skills 16U squad.
“I thought I played well, excelling around the basket and when I found my rhythm,” Greer told HoopSeen.com. “I think there is always room for improvement, but I thought it went well for the first showing this season.”
Like Greer said in his self-assessment, the bouncy forward was busy on the rims. He stayed in attack mode for much of the tournament, where he converted some tough finishes and made his way to the free-throw line. He also showed he’s a threat from behind the three-point line with his shooting ability.
Several college programs have already relayed their respective interest in Greer despite only being a sophomore. He holds a handful of scholarship offers and that list could grow in the next few weeks.
“UCLA, Texas, Texas Tech, Kansas State, Mississippi State, SMU, and Saint Louis have offered. St. Mary’s, Washington State, Utah, and Florida are showing interest,” he explained.
Green’s father, Joshua, played for St. Mary’s in the late 1990s, while his aunt, Julie (Greer) Lloyd, suited up for Loyola Marymount. It’s obvious basketball runs through the family blood-line.
Despite being a youngster, college programs have made it a priority to have Greer and his family on campus for unofficial visits. Living in central Texas has given them an opportunity to see several campuses already. Greer has made unofficial trips to Texas, Texas Tech, and SMU to this point.
After leading Lake Travis High School to a 26-win season, Greer has big aspirations for the travel season, which includes winning and overall improvement.
“I want to win as much as possible, but all in all I want us to get better as a team and to become better individually and as a team unit.”
Greer is currently ranked as the No. 22 overall prospect in the 2025 HoopSeen national rankings.