Here’s something that doesn’t happen a lot. The Pitt football program has made an offer to a prospect from Canada. Guess Pat Narduzzi means it when he says Pitt will be looking everywhere for players.
Today Pitt offered 4-star running back Chuba Hubbard (6-1, 190) from Sherwood Park, Alberta. This is a player that’s starting to explode in the recruiting world.
In February, Colorado State was the first school to offer Hubbard. Since that offer was made, Hubbard now has 18 offers including ones from Auburn, Oregon, TCU, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tennessee.
How about this, Hubbard averaged 18.6 yards per carry last season. For the year, he collected over 3,000 yards and scored 40 touchdowns.
Hubbard’s game is all about speed, as he’s been clocked running 10.55 seconds in the 100-meter dash. In fact, he also runs track in high school and plans on doing so in college too. Hubbard’s been quoted as saying that him getting to play football and run track is going to play a big factor in where he chooses to go to school.