Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
Chubb ended his career at Georgia by playing in 47 career games, where he had 758 rushes, for 4769 rushing yards, and 44 rushing touchdowns. He also had 31 receptions, for 361 receiving yards, and 4 receiving touchdowns. He has great speed, was a workhorse back for UGA, a scoring machine, has a tremendous burst off the line of scrimmage, and is a good pass catching back. He has good vision, is a tough runner, and attacks the holes. He also makes defenders miss with ease, breaks tackles with ease, and is hard to take down. And quite frankly he was a game changer for UGA. On the other hand, he is a bit undersized height wise, and he suffered a terrible leg injury during his sophomore season, which limited him to 6 games that season. With that said, I view Chubb as a early day 2 pick when it is all said and done.