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Name: Bradley Chubb 
College: North Carolina State     Number: 9
Height: 6-4   Weight: 269
Position: DE  Pos2: OLB  Class/Draft Year: Sr/2018
40 Low: 4.57
  40 Time: 4.65
   40 High: 4.75

Projected Round: 1      Stock: 
Rated number 1 out of 135 DE's     4 / 2192 TOTAL
Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6043
Weight: 269

PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.65

40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.65
20 Yard (ET): 2.72
20 Yard (HH): 2.62
10 Yard (ET): 1.62
10 Yard (HH): 1.64
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 24
Vertical Jump: 36
Broad Jump: 10'01"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.41
3-Cone Drill: 7.37


Dates: 03/19/18
Hand: 09 7/8  Arm: 34
Wingspan: 79

Height: 6043
Weight: 269

40 Yard Dash (HH): 
20 Yard (HH): 
10 Yard (HH): 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.34
3-Cone Drill: 

 4.84  Shuttle & Pos Drills Only.
 Data Scout Notes: **2017: DPOYC/DPOYM/NagurskiWinner/NagurskiFinalist/BednarikFinalist/1stC...PBednarik...2016: 2ndC...PBednarik...2015: NAM...2014: NAM
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  Bradley Chubb
NC State
Defensive End
6-3, 275, 4.84, #9
Marietta, Ga.
Hillgrove
6/24/1996


 Update

  12/29/2017: Bradley Chubb sat out the Hyundai Sun Bowl against Arizona State on Friday, but, rather than stay home, he decided to go to El Paso, Texas, with his teammates to show his support.
Chubb, a potential top-10 pick in the NFL draft, followed the same path as Christian McCaffrey and Leonard Fournette, who opted to sit out bowl games last year with an eye toward their NFL futures. Several players this bowl season have opted to sit out, as well, but the difference is Chubb traveled with the team to root the Wolfpack on.
"My senior year was amazing. Guys around me made it amazing. That's why I'm here today with these guys sharing this last game," Chubb told ABC 11 News. "McCaffrey and those guys didn't come to the bowl game last year. I wanted to be here with my teammates so they knew it wasn't me just not wanting to be a part of this anymore. I love these guys to death, like I told them a million times. I'm just glad to be out here."

12/05/17 - 2017 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY AWARD WINNER: North Carolina State defensive end Bradley Chubb was awarded the 2017 Bronko Nagurski Trophy as the nation's top defensive player in a ceremony Monday night in Charlotte, N.C. Chubb, a senior, has 73 tackles, including 26 for loss, and 10 sacks this season. He has forced three fumbles. "This is what happens if you just keep working," Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren said in a release. "This wasn't a guy who was a five-star (recruit). This is a guy who made himself into one." Chubb is rated as the fifth-best prospect for the NFL Draft, according to NFLDraftScout.com.

12/05/17 - 2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ACC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State...The 2017 ACC Defensive Player of the Year, Chubb is second in FBS play with 25 tackles for loss, fourth among FBS defensive linemen with 73 tackles and eighth in sacks (10). Chubb is a finalist for the Nagurski and Bednarik awards and a 2017 Walter Camp and FWAA All-American. He has been the ironman of the Wolfpack defense this season, playing 502 of 574 possible snaps. He became NC State's career leader in sacks and tackles for loss, surpassing Wolfpack legend Mario Williams. Known for his work ethic, Chubb began his career as a lightly recruited, 225-lb freshman.


 Overview

  A three-year starter at N.C. State, Chubb played predominantly as the boundary defensive end in a three-point stance, seeing snaps on both the left and right sides of the line. He improved each season in Raleigh (both on tape and in the stat sheet), finishing his career with the school records for sacks and tackles for loss, breaking Mario Williams records.


BACKGROUND
A three-star defensive end recruit out of high school, Bradley Chubb, who is a descendant of the well-known Chubb family who founded Chubbtown, Ga. in the 1860s, missed most of his junior year at Hillgrove High School due to a knee injury, which concerned several of the colleges pursuing him. He was set to attend Michigan State (his only offer) until N.C. State entered the picture and Chubb elected to stay closer to home, committing to the Wolfpack.

He spent most of his true freshman in the linebacker meeting room and on special teams before moving to defensive end as a sophomore where he started every game in 2015, posting 69 tackles, 12.0 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks. As a junior, Chubb was elected a team captain and changed his jersey number to No. 9 to honor former N.C. State pass rusher Mario Williams. He finished the 2016 season fourth in the FBS in tackles for loss (22.0), adding a team-best 10.5 sacks to earn Wolfpack Defensive MVP honors. Chubb received "round two" grades from NFL teams and he decided to return for


 Analysis

  STRENGTHS
Has the look of a NFL defensive end with broad shoulders, filled out frame and the length to initiate contact. Long, efficient strides to run the arc and create a path around the corner. Uses bend, flexible hips and strong footwork to take sharp angles to the ballcarrier. Showcases his dominant arm to move blockers with brute power. Quick outside-in move, making himself skinny to work through tight spaces. Technically sound pass rusher, using his hands to work off contact and force offensive holding.

Quick to process the backfield action, track the football and close on the ballcarrier - disciplined in his pursuit. Gains outside leverage as a run defender to string out and contain runs, filtering the ballcarrier back inside. Physical tackler and looks to bury his target with violence without sacrificing fundamentals.

Nonstop hustle when on the field, showing consistent effort - loves to talk and win the mental game through intimidation. Highly productive career as a three-year starter. Football bloodlines - father (Aaron) played college football at Georgia; older brother (Brandon) played college football at Wake Forest; cousin (Nick) played running back at Georgia and projected top-100 draft choice in the 2018 NFL Draft. - Dane Brugler 11/28/2017

WEAKNESSES
Pads tend to rise off the snap, losing point of attack leverage. Doesn't have elite get-off burst or edge speed to win the corner on pure athleticism alone, allowing offensive tackles to mirror him outside. Finds himself too far upfield often, taking himself out of the play. Deep defensive line rotation at N.C. State helped him stay fresh for all four quarters. Needs to eliminate the discipline lapses and avoid late, emotional hits. - Dane Brugler 11/28/17

COMPARES TO: Chandler Jones, Arizona Cardinals Ė Although Chubb is more technically proficient coming out of college, the long strides, strong hands and relentless motor to the quarterback are reminiscent of Jones.

IN OUT VIEW: Chubb isn't a quick-twitch speed demon off the edge who relies on athleticism alone, but he offers NFL-level acceleration and juice in his pursuit. He displays the combination of flexibility, length and hand use to consistently patch together an effective pass rush sequence, including insistent energy and power mid-rush to counter blockers. With his competitive make-up and diverse skill-set to defeat blocks in multiple ways, Chubb projects as an immediate NFL starter who will hold up vs. the run and find ways to disrupt the pocket - a top-10 player in the 2018 NFL Draft.


 2017 Season

  After winning both the Nagurski Trophy (nation's top defender) and the Hendricks Award (nation's top defensive end), senior Bradley Chubb was a consensus All-American selection. He was a first team choice by the Walter Camp Foundation, Associated Press, FWAA, Sporting News and AFCA. Chubb led the ACC in both tackles for loss (26) and sacks (10), marks that ranked second and seventh nationally.

12/28/17 - North Carolina State defensive lineman Bradley Chubb hasn't talked with reporters and done only side work during practice for the Sun Bowl. Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren isn't making much of a secret of Chubb most likely sitting out Friday's game against Arizona State, which would be the second straight year that the biggest story for the oldest bowl in Texas was a highly touted NFL prospect opting not to play. A year ago, Stanford's Christian McCaffrey sat out before the Carolina Panthers took him eighth overall in the NFL draft. Asked if the status of Chubb, a senior, was a game-time decision, Doeren said: "No. It's not. But we're not going to talk about it." Even without Chubb, the Wolfpack has eight seniors on defense. Their nine returning starters were the most in the FBS this season. "Their defensive line is special," said Sun Devils coach Todd Graham, who will be replaced by Herm Edwards after the game. "As good as we've played against. (Chubb) is as good as there is in the country." Arizona State (7-5) features the backfield pair of Kalen Ballage and Demario Richard. Ballage scored eight touchdowns against Texas Tech last season, while Richard was the Sun Bowl MVP as a freshman three years ago. He tied the bowl record with four TDs rushing in a 36-31 win over Duke. - AP College Football


 2016 Season

  Ended the season ranked fourth in the FBS in tackles for loss (22) and second in the ACC. He was the national leader at the end of the regular season... 22 tackles for loss was the second-best mark in school history. Only No. 1 NFL draft pick Mario Williams had more in a season for the Pack... Ranked fourth in the league and 19th nationally in sacks (10.5). That mark tied for third on the Wolfpack single-season list... Named the teamís Defensive MVP for 2016... A third-team All-ACC performer... Had a season high four TFLs in the win at Syracuse... Named the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week for the Notre Dame win and was a second-team All-ACC performer... Elected a team captain for the season... Chosen to wear Mario Williamsí honored No. 9 jersey... Added 25 lbs in the past year... Named to the preseason watch list for the Bednarik Award.

 2015 Season

  Started every game at defensive end, he was the second-leading tackler on the squad with 69 stops, ranked second in tackles for loss (12) and in sacks (5.5)... Co-recipient of the teamís Carey Brewbaker Award for defensive lineman of the year... Named the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week for the Boston College game after he led the team in tackles with nine in the win. He also tallied five tackles for loss - tied as the 10th best mark in school history... Team leader for 2015 with three forced fumbles... Moved to defensive end during 2015 spring drills and quickly moved up the depth chart.

 2014 Season

  Talented young linebacker who saw action mainly on special teams, from scrimmage in three contests.

 High School

  Played defensive end for coach Phillip Ironside. His senior squad finished 11-2 and reached the Georgia 6A quarterfinals... Honors: Played in the Cobb County All-Star Senior Bowl - he recorded a sack and returned an INT 40 yards for a TD in that game... Rankings: No. 82 player in Georgia by rivals.coms. No. 49 OLB nationally by ESPN.com.

 Personal

  Father Aaron played at Georgia and brother Brandon played linebacker at Wake Forest (Detroit Lions). Cousin Nick currently plays RB at Georgia... Major: Sociology.

 
 Draft Scout Player News
04/05/18 - DE Bradley Chubb was expected to visit the New York Giants on Thursday, multiple media outlets reported. The Giants conceivably could use the second overall pick of the 2018 NFL Draft on Chubb as a means of addressing the departure of Jason Pierre-Paul, who was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on March 22. Chubb, who is the ACC Defensive Player of the Year and Ted Hendricks Award winner (national defensive end of the year), reportedly met with the team at a private workout at North Carolina State last month. Chubb is ranked as the fifth overall draft prospect by NFLDraftScout.com senior analyst Rob Rang in his most recent edition of The Big Board.
12/28/17 - North Carolina State defensive lineman Bradley Chubb hasn't talked with reporters and done only side work during practice for the Sun Bowl. Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren isn't making much of a secret of Chubb most likely sitting out Friday's game against Arizona State, which would be the second straight year that the biggest story for the oldest bowl in Texas was a highly touted NFL prospect opting not to play. A year ago, Stanford's Christian McCaffrey sat out before the Carolina Panthers took him eighth overall in the NFL draft. Asked if the status of Chubb, a senior, was a game-time decision, Doeren said: "No. It's not. But we're not going to talk about it." Even without Chubb, the Wolfpack has eight seniors on defense. Their nine returning starters were the most in the FBS this season. "Their defensive line is special," said Sun Devils coach Todd Graham, who will be replaced by Herm Edwards after the game. "As good as we've played against. (Chubb) is as good as there is in the country." Arizona State (7-5) features the backfield pair of Kalen Ballage and Demario Richard. Ballage scored eight touchdowns against Texas Tech last season, while Richard was the Sun Bowl MVP as a freshman three years ago. He tied the bowl record with four TDs rushing in a 36-31 win over Duke. - AP College Football
12/05/17 - 2017 BRONKO NAGURSKI TROPHY AWARD WINNER: North Carolina State defensive end Bradley Chubb was awarded the 2017 Bronko Nagurski Trophy as the nation's top defensive player in a ceremony Monday night in Charlotte, N.C. Chubb, a senior, has 73 tackles, including 26 for loss, and 10 sacks this season. He has forced three fumbles. "This is what happens if you just keep working," Wolfpack coach Dave Doeren said in a release. "This wasn't a guy who was a five-star (recruit). This is a guy who made himself into one." Chubb is rated as the fifth-best prospect for the NFL Draft, according to NFLDraftScout.com.

The other finalists for the award were Alabama safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, Iowa linebacker Josey Jewell, Houston tackle Ed Oliver and Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith. The Nagurski Award has been presented by the Football Writers Association of America since 1993. The 6-foot-4, 275-pounds Chubb broke his school record for single-season tackles for loss, which he set last year with 22. He had five tackles for loss and two forced fumbles in a win at Boston College last month. Chubb is also a finalist for another defensive player of the year award, the Bednarik. That award, and several others, will be announced Thursday during the Home Depot College Football Awards Show on ESPN. N.C. State will play Arizona State in the Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas, on Dec. 29. - The Sports Xchange

12/05/17 - 2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ACC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State...The 2017 ACC Defensive Player of the Year, Chubb is second in FBS play with 25 tackles for loss, fourth among FBS defensive linemen with 73 tackles and eighth in sacks (10). Chubb is a finalist for the Nagurski and Bednarik awards and a 2017 Walter Camp and FWAA All-American. He has been the ironman of the Wolfpack defense this season, playing 502 of 574 possible snaps. He became NC State's career leader in sacks and tackles for loss, surpassing Wolfpack legend Mario Williams. Known for his work ethic, Chubb began his career as a lightly recruited, 225-lb freshman. - NC State Football
12/02/17 - 2017 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DE Bradley Chubb, Sr., NC State, 168 Votes,...Chubb (6'4, 275, Sr.) was the leading vote-getter on defense on the ACC team after leading the ACC in sacks (10.0) and tackles for loss (24.0), and ranking second among conference defensive linemen with 73 tackles. Chubb, who was a unanimous choice on the ACSMA, currently ranks second nationally in tackles for loss and seventh in sacks. A finalist for the Nagurski and Bednarik Awards, Chubb broke the school records in both categories this season. - NC State Football

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