Introducing The New Cowboys: Chuba Hubbard

Chuba Hubbard rushed for more than 2,300 yards and 23 touchdowns in 14 games as a senior.

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Chuba Hubbard
RB
6-1, 190
Sherwood Park (Bev Facey Community School), Alberta, Canada

Briefly: What is there not to like as Hubbard is one of the fastest men in Canada and is a proven performer on the football field. He is a football player that runs track and not the other way around. He has size to go with his speed, as he is a classic sprinter’s physique. He also proved his toughness in his final high school game finishing the game with a broken fibula in his left leg.

Other Offers: Alabama, Auburn, Bowling Green, California, Colorado, Colorado State, Hawaii, Iowa State, Miami (Fla.), Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rutgers, Syracuse, TCU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Central Florida, Washington State.

High School: He has led his team into the Provincial playoffs every season in high school and to the championship game the past two seasons. His senior year he was named 1st-Team All-Canadian as well as Conference Most Valuable Player and the MVP of his team. Scout ranked him as a three-star prospect, the 44th-best running back prospect in the class, and the top prospect in the Alberta province of Canada. He had 2,330 yards and 23 touchdowns in 14 games as a senior. He had a highlight that no other Oklahoma State signee has ever had as Hubbard ran 105 yards from scrimmage for a touchdown (his games are played on a 110-yard field with Canadian rules). His junior stats were incredible with 3,213 yards and 40 touchdowns while averaging 18.6 yards per carry. As a sophomore, he had 1,337 yards and 19 touchdowns. His high school totals are 6,880 yards and 82 touchdowns on 458 carries for a 15.0 yards per carry average. He was MVP when he played in the Under 15 International Bowl and scored three touchdowns leading Canada to a 42-0 win over the United States. In track and field, he was fourth overall in the 100-meter sprint at the 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Columbia. His time was a personal best at that age of 10.55 seconds. He is a three-time champion in the same event in his age group in Canada.

Personal: Born on June 11, 1999, son of Candace Hubbard and Lester Yearwood.


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