Varsity Preps

Chubb Stays Home to Play for Dawgs

Cedartown HS (Ga) RB Nick Chubb had long been considered a strong lean to the Georgia Bulldogs and on Wednesday he made those thoughts become reality.

Chubb gave his commitment to Coach Richt and the Bulldogs choosing over other finalists Auburn and South Carolina. All three SEC programs looked to be heavy suitors for the Peach State product but Georgia had too much weighing in their favor for Chubb not to choose to become a Bulldog.

Long throughout the recruiting process Chubb had always been viewed as a future Georgia commit. He grew up a Bulldog fan and always saw himself wearing the Black & Red.

Chubb is a highly thought of prospect that is currently viewed as the top RB prospect for the 2014 recruiting class in the state of Georgia. Many BCS programs pursued Chubb and gave him plenty of tremendous options to choose from.

Georgia was one school that took their time in recruiting Chubb. They were not the first school to offer the Cedartown HS star but saw Chubb as a player they must get into their recruiting class.

The Bulldogs coaching staff did their research and evaluated Chubb long enough that they eventually did offer him and that offer put Georgia immediately at the top of the list.

A Bulldog offer in hand, Chubb began to sort through all his college offers and figure out where he would to play his college ball. He dwindled down his long list to a select few with Georgia being on the top of the list.

Wednesday night Chubb officially made his child hood dreams come true with his commitment to the Bulldogs. He joins fellow RB commit Sony Michel (American Heritage HS/FL) to give Georgia a strong one-two punch in the backfield for their 2014 recruiting class.

College coaches are sure to keep the pressure on Chubb but in the end Georgia is his home. It would take a miracle to switch his commitment as Chubb is set to spend his college days in Athens, GA.

Offers: Georgia (Committed), Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Florida St, Georgia Tech, Miami, Michigan St, Mississippi St, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio St, Penn St, Purdue, South Carolina, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas, Vanderbilt and Wisconsin.


Written by: Chris Smith/ Writer/Publisher



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