ESPN describes Chubb as best player in the NFL draft

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    Zaphod
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    http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/20980511/a-dozen-storylines-second-half-season

    From the article:

    “Everyone needs a quarterback.

    We get it. NFL general managers will be falling all over themselves for one come draft day. USC’s Darnold, UCLA’s Josh Rosen and Wyoming’s Josh Allen are tank-worthy prospects if you think all that separates your team from the playoffs is a strong right arm. (Never mind the amount of interceptions they’ve thrown.)

    But the best player in the draft won’t be any of those three. In terms of pure talent and impact, it’s NC State’s Bradley Chubb.

    If he were in the SEC, we’d be looking at him like Jadeveon Clowney or Jonathan Allen. Instead, tucked away at a second-tier ACC school, he doesn’t get the recognition he should.

    He’s a menace with a nose for the football. At 6-foot-4 and 240-pounds, he can move. He has 14 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks for the 5-1 Wolfpack, who have emerged as Clemson’s biggest threat in the ACC Atlantic.”

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    McCallum
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    240?

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    tractor57
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    I guess he has lost weight during the season :)

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    bill.onthebeach
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    Chubb will play Linebacker on Sundays….

    #OverTwentyYearsCheating?
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    tractor57
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    BOTB for sure that will be his spot.

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    TheAliasTroll
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    … and the Chub$z legend rolls right along …

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    Texpack
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    Ed Oliver is better than Chubb but won’t be in the draft until next year. Both will have long NFL careers.

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