Snapshot Profile: Sam Hubbard
By Tony Gerdeman
|Player: Sam Hubbard
|School: Moeller (Cincinnati, OH)
Ht: 6-5 Wt: 221
40-yard dash: 4.56
20-yard shuttle: N/A
Vertical jump: N/A
Rivals: 3-Star #36 OLB
Scout: 5-Star #2 OLB
247Sports: 4-Star #10 ATH
ESPN: 4-Star #23 OLB
2013: 110 tkls, 5 INT
2012: 80 tkls, 2 INT
Originally committed to Notre Dame to play Lacrosse; Played safety in high school; First-Team All-State in 2013.
Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Stanford, Miami (Fl), Louisville, Illinois, Boston College
Craig Powell, Terrelle Pryor, Jermale Hines, Thaddeus Gibson
Per John McCallister, Hubbard can cover a lot of ground, and has tremendous closing speed. He's a smart football player who understands different coverages. Very good in run support. Could also end up on offense with his size and athleticism. Could eventually grow into a defensive end.
A safety in high school, Hubbard will start out as a linebacker in college. For this reason alone, it is hard to see him making an immediate contribution while he is learning a new position. With his athleticism, however, there could certainly be a spot for him on special teams.
Donate by Check :
1380 King Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43212
Help us bring you more Buckeye coverage. Donate to the-Ozone.
Click here to email this the-Ozone feature to a friend...or even a foe.
(c) 2010 The O-Zone, O-Zone Communications, Inc. All rights reserved.
This material may not be published, rebroadcast,rewritten, or redistributed.