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Hubbard is back at LB

buckeyedexter's picture
August 5, 2014 at 5:24pm

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BuckeyeNationforLife's picture

Probably liking their odds with Farrell and Hausmann for 2016 as well.

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Damonbuckeye's picture

His hs highlights also say he should stay at lb.. He is very athletic and will contribute right away on speacial teams...

logamaniac's picture

yeah and i remember people speculating on a safety spot for him too, would be sick to think of someone with that size coming at you with a dante whitner play style lurking in your blindspot

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WesPatterson23's picture

I was really bummed when I heard he got moved to TE. So, this is good news!

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PittBuckeye's picture

I was the opposite I was pumped to see that kid play TE, if he can run routes, he'd be a heck of a tough matchup for your average LB.

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dtheib's picture

Could not agree more!  The speed and height he has would be scary running up the seam.

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Brandon26841's picture

Definitely liked the idea of him at TE better, but he's intriguing at LB too. 

whiskeyjuice's picture

It will interesting to see him play. I don't ever recall watching a LB with his height.

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Becool12's picture

I really like the move back. He has great range and awareness, which would almost be a waste at tight end. I also think with the performance at Linebacker and Safety last year warrants much more of a need on the defense than at Tight End

Seattle Linga's picture

Can't wait til he hits the field - He's going to make a few players pay this year.

Buckeyevstheworld's picture

I think i'm one of the few that wanted to see him at TE.

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He very well could be back at TE in the event of an injury or if Baugh has more issues. Knock on wood.

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