Bradley Chubb is the most real deal defender coming out of college football this year. Expect the N.C State defensive end to go in the top 5:

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Author: Jon Kuzma

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North Carolina State was lucky to have Defensive End Bradley Chubb on their roster for the past four seasons. Chubb was a physical specimen for the Wolfpack’s defensive line constantly providing big plays for Dave Doeren’s football team. Chubb was so dominant he recorded 25 sacks and 54.5 tackles for loss during his time in Raleigh, North Carolina. This kid is nearly unstoppable when he gets his momentum going and that’s why some NFL team is going take the senior within the top 5 picks of the draft this Spring. Most of the mock draft boards have the New York Giants taking a quarterback with the number 2 pick. However it feels like Dave Gettleman and Pat Shurmur are excited about working with Eli Manning. Which means the Giants could end up taking Bradley Chubb with the second overall selection. New York only registered 27 sacks for the entire 2017 season. That was 29th in the league for overall sack production and you can’t win football games with a depleted pass rush. Gettleman knows he has the opportunity to wait when it comes to drafting a QB and by picking up Chubb the G-Men could add the league’s next great young talent. Why not get a player who has the chance to be on the field from day 1 instead of taking a quarterback that will sit until Manning is done? It’s a much more reasonable course of action if you’re trying to win football games right now and this new staff didn’t get hired to take their time. Shurmur and the rest of those guys are ready to make an impact a soon as they step in the Big Apple. With Jason Pierre-Paul, Olivier Vernon, Damon Harrison, and Bradley Chubb all working on that defensive line there’s no way the Giants can’t make a splash. This move would be the first step in restoring this franchise back to promise.

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