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Bradley Chubb is a well-rounded defender. He has the pass rush ability to take over a game. I would like to see a wider array of pass rush moves from him, but the base skill set is there. Chubb should be drafted in the late first round range
126 tackles, 31.5 TFL, 15 sacks, 1 interception, 1 FR, 5 FF
Today we look at one of the top available pass rushers in the 2018 draft. Bradley Chubb arrived in Raleigh by way of Hillgrove HS in Powder Springs, Georgia. He is the cousin of Georgia running back Nick Chubb. Chubb played sparingly as a freshman before starting every game as a sophomore. He finished the 2015 season with 69 tackles, 5.5 sacks, and 3 forced fumbles. As a junior, Chubb exploded on the national radar with 21 tackles for loss and ten sacks. He sacked former Notre Dame QB Deshone Kizer three times.
2016: East Carolina, Louisville, Miami (FL), North Carolina, Vanderbilt (Bowl)
Bradley Chubb plays both defensive end spots for the Wolfpack. He will play with his hand in the dirt and play standing up. NC State rotates their defensive line regularly, so Chubb stays fresh. He has a quick first step, especially when he is rushing inside. Against Louisville, he showed a tremendous inside spin move that led to a sack. Chubb shows nice closing speed. He is a high motor defender. He plays the run extremely well.
Chubb does not have natural bend around the edge. He lacks any real counter moves. He has a lack of a pass rushing repertoire if you will.