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Wolfpack’s Chubb to miss Sun Bowl

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The North Carolina State Wolfpack plays in the Hyundai Sun Bowl on Friday against the Arizona State Sun Devils in El Paso, Texas. However, the Wolfpack will be without defensive lineman Brady Chubb.

Chubb is reportedly the latest top draft prospect, who has decided to sit out their Bowl game, according to WTVD 11’s Mark Armstrong. He also added that Chubb made his intentions known that he would not be playing in this game “a couple of weeks ago.”

He did; however, travel to the game to be with his teammates. However, the Wolfpack announced shortly before the game that Chubb would not be playing.

https://twitter.com/PackFootball/status/946815199230746624

https://twitter.com/ArmstrongABC11/status/946804724501585920

Chubb is considered one of the top defensive players, who are eligible for the 2018 NFL Draft. He is 6-foot-4, 275 pounds.

“One of the nation’s most dominant and disruptive defenders, Chubb has been a one-man wrecking crew for the Wolfpack, racking up 48 tackles for loss and 20.5 sacks over the past two seasons,” according to USA Today’s Draft Wire’s Bradley Chubb profile. “Despite opposing offenses scheming to avoid him, Chubb has continued to put up huge numbers and make a seismic impact.

“A tailor-made 4-3 defensive end, Chubb is one of the most complete prospects in this year’s draft class. Though there may be more athletic pass-rushers available this year, Chubb’s combination of power, technique and a physical playing style make him this year’s best edge defender.”

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