NC State's Chubb, Street, Hill and Jones impress on NFL Pro Day
Former N.C. State defensive end Bradley Chubb is expected to be one of the first six players selected in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft.
While Chubb will be moving to a new city, one thing he’ll be familiar with is the brand he might be wearing. Monday morning, Chubb posted a video on his personal twitter page, which implies he'll wear adidas cleats and gloves in the NFL. All NFL uniforms are Nike.
The Wolfpack football team started wearing adidas in 2005, and Chubb wore the brand all four years he played for N.C. State.
The 17-second Twitter video that says "Bradley Chubb joins #3stripelife" and shows Chubb working out on a football field, with the tweet saying, "Earned My Stripes / / /." Terms of the deal have not been announced.
In mock drafts, Chubb has been expected to go anywhere from No. 2 to the New York Giants, to No. 4 to the Cleveland Browns.
Chubb, who's 6-4 and 275 pounds, left N.C. State with 198 tackles (54.5 for loss) and 25.0 sacks, recording 10.0 sacks in consecutive seasons as a junior and senior.