Navy Player Profile: Hudson Sullivan, #53

Hudson Sullivan

Hudson Sullivan, senior LB (image:

Position: LB
Class: Senior
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 240
Hometown: Nokesville, VA
High School: Bishop Ireton
Major: General Science
Parents: David and Caralyn Sullivan
Family: His father played college football at Virginia (class of ’83). Afterward, he played professional football with the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Federals of the USFL
Received offers from: Army, West Point and New Hampshire

High School Honors

Hudson Sullivan graduated from Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria, VA in 2014. As a three-time All-State (VA) linebacker with the Cardinals, Sullivan led the state in tackles his senior year with 79 in five games until injuries sidelined him.

After graduating, Sullivan attended the Naval Academy Prep School (NAPS) for 2014-15 academic year.

Freshman Year

In his first year of eligibility, Sullivan played in five games for the Midshipmen. Most of his game time was on special teams.

Sophomore Year

Sullivan played in ten games for Navy as a sophomore. He started four. Despite missing several games due to injuries, Sullivan finished the year with 46 tackles, including one for loss and one forced fumble.

Junior Year

Shortened by injury, Sullivan’s junior campaign saw him start all six games in which he played. Despite the limited game time, Sullivan ended the year with 40 tackles, including two for loss and one sack.

Senior Year – through four games

Through the Midshipmen’s first four games of the 2018 season, Sullivan has seen significant action in each. As of 9/25/2018, the senior has 23 tackles (10 solo, 13 ast) and one fumble recovery on the books.

Hudson Sullivan and fellow linebacker Taylor Heflin have shined on defense for Navy. As a result, their names have become quite familiar to this year’s Midshipmen fans.

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Chloe Stowe

Full-time novelist and blogger, Chloe Stowe loves to spin a tale almost as much as she loves her Nats and Navy sports (on Twitter, she's the #NavyMaven and #curlyWchick). This season will be her first as the Director of Nationals Coverage for the Maryland Sports Blog.

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