Some college football players might be spending spring break at a tropical location, or at the very least, relaxing a bit. Not Georgia star running back Nick Chubb.
Chubb returned to his hometown of Cedartown, Georgia for break, and was spotted this week at Cedartown High School casually repping 500-pound squats and doing some pretty intense power cleans.
A senior returning star player for the Georgia Bulldogs hit the beach this week. It however is dubbed PCB, but not for Panama City, Florida. A sandpit at Cedartown High School is named PCB or Polk County Beach by Cedartown high school strength coach Mike Worthington.
Nick Chubb came home to spent the week working out in 'PCB' and weight room with his former high school strength coach this week instead of being somewhere else with a lot of other college kids.
Imagine being a Cedartown student, and walking in on a local superstar going hard like that at the weight room. Pretty cool.
Chubb has battled injuries throughout his Georgia career, but is spectacular when healthy. He has 3,424 career rushing yards in three years, with 1,130 despite being limited in some games last year. As a sophomore, he averaged 8.1 yards a carry, up from 7.1 from his sensational freshman season, in which he rushed for 1,547 yards and 14 touchdowns.