One of the most recruited football players in Cedartown High School history believes he is ready to make a commitment.
Nick Chubb, who broke the Georgia regular season rushing record last fall by running for 2,697 yards in 10 games, will verbally commit to a college on Tuesday, May 28, according to multiple recruiting service web sites.
Chubb, who has over 20 Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) offers, was named the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Class AAAA Offensive Player of the Year, the Rome News-Tribune Co-Offensive Player of the Year, and the Region 7-AAAA Co-Offensive Player of the Year after his record-breaking junior campaign last fall.
Chubb was also named to the Associated Press Class AAAA All-State first team, the Rome News-Tribune All-Area first team and he was named as a member of the CBS MaxPreps 2012 Medium Schools All-American football team.
The standout running back, who ran for 38 touchdowns, has narrowed his list of schools to three Southeastern Conference squads. His finalist are Auburn, South Carolina, and Georgia.