Scouting Report – Bradley Chubb

Josiah BledsoeNFL, Scouting DepartmentLeave a Comment

Bradley Chubb: DL/N.C. State

Measurable’s: Height/6-4 Weight/269

College 2017 Stats: Tot 72, FF 1, Sks 10

40 time: 4.65

Projected NFL Draft: Top 10

Bradley Chubb is something special to watch. Something to take note of, when watching him play, is how he plays both sides of the Defensive Line consistently. Normally pass rushers can play both sides but favor one side once they get comfortable. That will be something to look out for once he gets to the NFL. Bradley is a special talent. His size coming out of the draft is somewhere between Khalil Mack and J.J Watt, but I believe he is “on field” faster then both of them. I believe his natural position is playing Defensive End. However, seeing how big he is, I would not be surprised if he plays a little Defensive Tackle on certain downs. I’ve seen him collapse the pocket to stop the run, cover the flat and I’ve seen him take down the Quarterback, but his best tape to look at in my opinion is his Louisville tape. A really good pass rusher can get to the quarterback. A great pass rusher can get to the quarterback and adjust their game to quarterbacks that are great at using their legs and running. That is something he did well vs Lamar Jackson.


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