Chubb recently visited Georgia Tech on March 17th. "I was able to tour the facilities and see the academic side of the school. Chubb liked that Tech stressed the academic side of things.
Bradley also met with Coach Brian Bohannon, his recruiting coach, and Tech head coach Paul Johnson. The visit with Coach Johnson resulted in an offer for Chubb. "He told me he loved my motor and how well I got off the ball." Tech feels that Chubb would be a perfect fit at defensive end in defensive coordinator Ted Roof's new 4-3 scheme.
A return visit to Tech is also a good possibility for Bradley following his recent visit. "I am definitely coming back to watch them practice this spring and also to possibly watch the spring game."
In addition to the offer from Georgia Tech, Bradley has been offered by Mississippi State. If some of his favorites offered, a top five for Chubb would include Georgia Tech, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and Wake Forest.
Chubb also recently made a weekend visit to Tennessee following his visit to Tech. Bradley was also scheduled to visit Vanderbilt on March 23rd and Wake Forest on April 6th.
As things stand now, Bradley hopes to make his college choice sometime during his senior season. He'll be looking at academics, the football environment, and how well he gets along with the players as factors in making that choice.
Chubb hopes to major in sports medicine. "I understand that Georgia Tech is adding a Sports Management degree and hopes to also have something in place with Sports Medicine."