RSP Boiler Room No. 121: RB Nick Chubb (Georgia), Balance, Flexion, And Footwork

Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room examines the impressive footwork and balance of 2018 NFL Draft prospect, RB Nick Chubb.

Sometimes the tiniest details are the most impressive. This touchdown run from Georgia RB Nick Chubb seems like a ho-hum play from the broadcast angle. From the end zone view, we see that Chubb does something special that the casual viewer wouldn’t notice.

Chubb’s 2017 highlights aren’t as flashy as other top running back prospects, but his tape is saturated with traits that make a back a consistent and productive force in the NFL. If you’re looking for a safe bet based on the skills that get and keep backs on the field in the league, Chubb is the safest — and arguably the best.

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  1. I think he’s a special back. Such impressive flexibility and quickness to pull this off.

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