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Appeared in all 12 games as a reserve and on special teams.
Had one solo tackle for the year.
Appeared in 11 games, making three starts.
Had 32 total tackles on the season, 15 solo, with three tackles for loss, an assisted sack and a fumble recovered.
Made first collegiate start against Minnesota on Oct. 10 and recorded three tackles.
Had five tackles at Wisconsin on Oct. 17.
Returned a fumble 27 yards and had a season-high seven tackles vs. Nebraska on Oct. 31.
Tallied six tackles, four solo, against Illinois on Nov. 7.
Had three tackles, including one for loss, at Northwestern on Nov. 14.
Recorded five tackles, one for loss, at No. 6 Iowa on Nov. 21.
Had three tackles vs. Indiana on Nov. 28.
Appeared in five games as a defensive reserve and on special teams.
Recorded first career solo tackle against No. 8 Michigan State on Oct. 11.
Did not play.
Given name is Garrett Austin Hudson.
Born Feb. 24, 1995.
Graduated with a degree in history in May 2017.
Father, Greg, was defensive coordinator at Purdue from 2013 to 2015.