The Good: Hubbard is a big receiver who possesses the hands and leaping skill to develop into a solid possession receiver. He's a fluid receiver with the body control to adjust easily to errant passes. He has shown toughness across the middle despite having a relatively lean frame.
The Bad: Hubbard looks like an NFL-caliber receiver, but he only produced in spurts the last two seasons. He must get stronger to beat professional cornerbacks consistently. He needs to run better routes and come out of his breaks more crisply. Durability also is a concern.
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