High School

Played for coach Curtis Martin at Bev Facey Community High School, playing under Canadian football rules … Over three seasons at Bev Facey, he rushed for 6,880 yards on 458 attempts (15.0 yards per carry) with 82 touchdowns … Although his senior season was cut short due to injury, he rushed for 2,330 yards with 23 touchdowns in 14 games … Named to the all-Canadian first team, as well as the league MVP and his team’s MVP … Junior numbers included 3,213 rushing yards and 40 touchdowns on an average of 18.6 yards per carry … Rushed for 1,337 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns as a sophomore … He also saw time at defensive back during his high school career … Led Canada’s national team to a 42-0 win over the United States in a January 2015 Under-15 International Bowl, rushing for three touchdowns and earning MVP honors for the game … Was a decorated athlete in track and field at the national and international level … Competed at the 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships in Cali, Colombia, placing fourth overall in the 100-meter sprint with personal-best finish of 10.55 seconds in the semifinal … A three-time national champion for his age group in the 100 meters … In addition to his athletic contributions, he served as part of an on-campus leadership group in high school … Chose Oklahoma State over offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, Auburn, Miami (Fla.), Oregon, Texas A&M, Tennessee, TCU, North Carolina, Colorado, Georgia, California, Pittsburgh, Missouri, Syracuse, Iowa State, Washington State and others.


Chuba Robert-Shamar Hubbard was born June 11, 1999, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada … Son of Candace Hubbard and Lester Yearwood … Plans to study sports management at Oklahoma State.

"One of the most explosive athletes in this national recruiting class. He has rare speed from a guy with his size. He was 200 pounds as a high school senior. Chuba is mature, comes from a great family and support system at Bev Facey High School. He’s as disciplined and competitive as an athlete as I’ve seen in the last 15 years. High-character kid who wants to be the best all the time and is willing to put in the work."

-- Running Backs Coach Marcus Arroyo