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Brian Hudspeth
National Scout
Brian Hudspeth enters his fifth season with the Buccaneers and second as national scout in 2013 after being elevated from college scout last season. In his 13th season overall in the NFL, he will be responsible for scouting the entire country with an emphasis on the southern region.

In his first three seasons with the team, Hudspeth was responsible for scouting a portion of the southern United States, including Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas and selected schools in Arkansas and Tennessee.

Hudspeth spent five seasons (2004-08) with the Houston Texans prior to joining the Buccaneers. He served as a college scout from 2006-08, covering the Southeast and Southwest regions while cross checking the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to his appointment to that position, he served as a pro and college scouting assistant for Houston from 2004-05. Hudspeth joined the Texans after working for the Atlanta Falcons in player personnel from 2001-04. He filled various roles for the Falcons, including player personnel/football systems analyst in 2003-04, scouting assistant in 2002 and scouting intern in 2001.

Before joining the NFL, Hudspeth served on the football operations staff at the University of Tennessee from 1998-2001. He was a graduate assistant on the 1998 Volunteers staff that won the first-ever BCS National Championship, 1998 SEC Championship vs. Mississippi State and 1999 Fiesta Bowl over Florida State with a perfect 13-0 record. As a member of the Volunteers, Hudspeth was also a part of the 2000 Fiesta Bowl vs. Nebraska and 2001 Cotton Bowl vs. Kansas State. Hudspeth arrived at Tennessee after spending the 1996-97 seasons as a intern assistant coach at Petal (Mississippi) High School.

Hudspeth earned his Masters of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in 1999 and Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1997. The New Albany, Mississippi native is single and resides in Tampa.
Brian Hudspeth enters his fifth season with the Buccaneers and second as national scout in 2013 after being elevated from college scout last season. In his 13th season overall in the NFL, he will be responsible for scouting the entire country with an emphasis on the southern region.

In his first three seasons with the team, Hudspeth was responsible for scouting a portion of the southern United States, including Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas and selected schools in Arkansas and Tennessee.

Hudspeth spent five seasons (2004-08) with the Houston Texans prior to joining the Buccaneers. He served as a college scout from 2006-08, covering the Southeast and Southwest regions while cross checking the Mid-Atlantic. Prior to his appointment to that position, he served as a pro and college scouting assistant for Houston from 2004-05. Hudspeth joined the Texans after working for the Atlanta Falcons in player personnel from 2001-04. He filled various roles for the Falcons, including player personnel/football systems analyst in 2003-04, scouting assistant in 2002 and scouting intern in 2001.

Before joining the NFL, Hudspeth served on the football operations staff at the University of Tennessee from 1998-2001. He was a graduate assistant on the 1998 Volunteers staff that won the first-ever BCS National Championship, 1998 SEC Championship vs. Mississippi State and 1999 Fiesta Bowl over Florida State with a perfect 13-0 record. As a member of the Volunteers, Hudspeth was also a part of the 2000 Fiesta Bowl vs. Nebraska and 2001 Cotton Bowl vs. Kansas State. Hudspeth arrived at Tennessee after spending the 1996-97 seasons as a intern assistant coach at Petal (Mississippi) High School.

Hudspeth earned his Masters of Science degree from the University of Tennessee in 1999 and Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Southern Mississippi in 1997. The New Albany, Mississippi native is single and resides in Tampa.