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Photo: Georgia Star RB Nick Chubb's Arms Are Incredibly Massive

It appears Georgia star running back Nick Chubb has been spending a decent amount of his time in the weight room in recent months. 

Chubb suffered a significant left knee injury last October and has been on the recovery path ever since. The recovery has done his upper body - his arms, specifically - pretty, pretty good. 

Check out this photo tweeted out by Georgia strength coach Aaron Feld. 

">@NickChubb21

Not sure what's up w/ My face, but... @NickChubb21@iwynn77@tommylong24@wgwelch#ATD#SwoleSquad#GunBelievablespic.twitter.com/Z6pYSLorYl

— Aaron Feld (@coachfeld) April 22, 2016

">@iwynn77

Not sure what's up w/ My face, but... @NickChubb21@iwynn77@tommylong24@wgwelch#ATD#SwoleSquad#GunBelievablespic.twitter.com/Z6pYSLorYl

— Aaron Feld (@coachfeld) April 22, 2016

">@tommylong24

Not sure what's up w/ My face, but... @NickChubb21@iwynn77@tommylong24@wgwelch#ATD#SwoleSquad#GunBelievablespic.twitter.com/Z6pYSLorYl

— Aaron Feld (@coachfeld) April 22, 2016

">@wgwelch #ATD#SwoleSquad#GunBelievablespic.twitter.com/Z6pYSLorYl

— Aaron Feld (@coachfeld)

Not sure what's up w/ My face, but... @NickChubb21@iwynn77@tommylong24@wgwelch#ATD#SwoleSquad#GunBelievablespic.twitter.com/Z6pYSLorYl

— Aaron Feld (@coachfeld) April 22, 2016

">April 22, 2016

Here's a better look.

New Georgia coach Kirby Smart had this to say about Chubb's status for the 2016 season, via the AJC:

“I am not a SME (Subject Matter Expert) on knee injuries. So I don’t know if that guy is going to be back or not,” Smart said. “Do I want him to be back? Yes. But it’s hard to say with where he is now whether he’ll be back or not.”

Chubb will be staying with the team throughout the summer. After the spring semester ends, he’ll be sticking around during May-mester in order to continue his rehabilitation process with head athletic trainer Ron Courson.

“He’s doing so much extra behind the scenes that people don’t know about,” Smart said of Chubb. “It’s so important to him. Yet he’s smart enough to kind of temper that with, ‘I need to be ready.’ He’s such a role model for the kids. They see him work. They saw him the day after the surgery, he’s right back and ready to go rehabbing. He’s got such a great attitude.”

Here's to Chubb making a full recovery from his knee injury and getting every chance he needs to show off what should be an incredible stiff-arm this fall. 

Georgia opens its season Sept. 3 against North Carolina at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.