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I keep seeing Chuba Hubbard hanging around in the round 3 in mocks.  Seems strange to me with his size and speed.  If he goes that late someone if gonna be really happy.  Dude can fly.

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On 3/27/2021 at 3:30 PM, Shocker said:

I keep seeing Chuba Hubbard hanging around in the round 3 in mocks.  Seems strange to me with his size and speed.  If he goes that late someone if gonna be really happy.  Dude can fly.

I could see him as a good fit to the Jets if they're running that Shanahan system, looks a lot like Mostert

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2 hours ago, Madwolf said:

Dez Fitzpatrick ran a 4.4 40 at his Pro Day.

6'2", good hands, physical wide receiver. If there's one guy from Louisville in this draft that's who I'd want. 

Gimme Tutu

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Just now, Verge said:

Gimme Tutu

I'll fight you for it! Lol.

I love Tutu, don't get me wrong. I just believe that Dez is going to pull in the bigger catches and hold up better at the NFL level at pretty similar speed.

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