Nick Chubb runs like a wild stallion.
The Cleveland Browns running back possesses an amazing blend of speed and power that makes him very difficult to bring down. Through four games, Chubb's 398 rushing yards ranks fourth in the NFL while his four rushing touchdowns are tied for third-most in the league.
On an 88-yard touchdown run during the Browns' recent victory over the Baltimore Ravens, Chubb hit a top speed of 21.95 miles per hour. Only one ball carrier has clocked a faster foot speed so far this season.
But Chubb's been a freaky athlete for a long time. Not only did he finish his career at Cedartown High School (Georgia) with nearly 7,000 rushing yards, but he was also a star track & field athlete.
Chubb set a school record with a 10.69 PR in the 100-Meter Dash. As far as intimidation goes, it's hard to imagine a scarier guy to line up next to:
Imagine deciding to run HS track and then H̶e̶r̶c̶u̶l̶e̶s̶ Nick Chubb pulls up to the lane next to you pic.twitter.com/9fdViaAIfc
— Tron Madden (@madden_tron) September 30, 2019
We're guessing more than one opposing coach asked to see Chubb's birth certificate.
Those muscles also helped him win a high school state title in the shot put. Chubb boasted an eye-popping 55-foot-8 PR in the event.
At the 2018 NFL Combine, Chubb put up an impressive 29 reps in the Bench Press and posted a 38.5-inch Vertical Jump.
Long story short—Nick Chubb is a freaking beast.
Photo Credit: Sonny Kennedy, Radi Nabulsi
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