Snapshot Profile: Sam Hubbard

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Snapshot Profile: Sam Hubbard
By Tony Gerdeman

Player: Sam Hubbard
School: Moeller (Cincinnati, OH) Position:Outside Linebacker

Measurables
Ht: 6-5 Wt: 221
40-yard dash: 4.56
20-yard shuttle: N/A
Vertical jump: N/A
Ranking
Rivals: 3-Star #36 OLB
Scout: 5-Star #2 OLB
247Sports: 4-Star #10 ATH
ESPN: 4-Star #23 OLB

Statistics
2013: 110 tkls, 5 INT
2012: 80 tkls, 2 INT

Notable
Originally committed to Notre Dame to play Lacrosse; Played safety in high school; First-Team All-State in 2013.

Offers
Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State, Stanford, Miami (Fl), Louisville, Illinois, Boston College

Compares To
Craig Powell, Terrelle Pryor, Jermale Hines, Thaddeus Gibson

Scouting Report
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.

Immediate Projection
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.

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