of the Georgia Bulldogs during the game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Commonwealth Stadium on November 8, 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky.

This is what frustrates NFL personnel most about Georgia's Heisman candidate Chubb

There will come a time when Georgia will lose star running back Nick Chubb, but with two more years of college football left before he's eligible to go to the NFL, Athens still has much time left with the all-purpose back.

When he does decide to leave for the NFL, you can be sure Chubb will be guaranteed to find a home through the draft. The only question will be where he'll land.

NFL writer Lance Zierlein said this of running back Nick Chubb, ranking him as the best overall running back prospect in college football — and remember, that's with 2015 and 2016 that he must spend at Georgia:

Nick Chubb, Georgia
Individual Explosiveness: 3.75 (3rd)
Combo Grade: 7.25 (1st)
I've written about his ability to bang out yardage after contact already, but what I didn't tell you was that Chubb created more missed tackles per carry than any of the returning running backs. The data is simply telling us what we already know — Chubb stepped in and picked up right where Todd Gurley left off last season and will probably do it again this year. He's the total package.

Whether his skill-set translates into a first-round pick remains to be seen, but after watching Todd Gurley go 10th last year I think Chubb's definitely got a shot.