"I just had to go with my heart," Nick Chubb told Scout when asked about his decision to choose Georgia. "I have always felt something about Georgia and that will be my next home."
Chubb committed to Georgia over Auburn and South Carolina Tuesday night at his school and he is excited about his future between the hedges.
"It feels great to be staying a bulldog and I am happy to have the recruiting process overwith. Georgia is a great school, I love the coaches there, I am very comfortable at UGA, and I feel great about my decision."
The Scout 100 running back gave plenty of other schools a fair shot, but in the end he did not have the same feeling on any other campus like he did Georgia's.
"From the first time I visited Georgia, something just felt different there. I tried to go to Auburn and other schools to see if it was the same feeling or even better, but I never had that same feeling. I just feel very comfortable at Georgia and I had no feelings anywhere else like I did when I was in Athens."
Chubb is the second running back to commit to UGA in the 2014 class and Sony Michel is the other one.
Michel is out of Florida and Chubb may not know him personally yet, but he knows about his talent, and he looks forward to playing beside him.
"Maybe me and Sony can be the next Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall for Georgia," said Chubb with a laugh. "I know Sony is a very good back. I have seen his video and I have heard a lot about him. I look forward to playing with him at Georgia. Hopefully we can make each other better."
The Cedartown, Ga. native is ranked as the 12th best back in America by Scout at this time. Chubb only plans to visit Athens between now and Signing Day and his commitment to Georgia is "100-percent."