A tall lanky pass rusher like Hubbard will be a higher rd pick at lowest, you just saw 1 with Dion Jordan, Ansah was a ridiculous talent but because of DJ's length and versatility he was not only taken higher, but the Dolphins targeted him and traded up to get him (when Oakland saw their guy, DJ Hayden, was gonna fall to Miami's pick)
Hubbard just needs a marginally good season better than normal and his athleticism, scheme diversity and length propels the rest into the 1st rd, if he could be a productive pass rusher, like more than 5 or 6 sacks this yr, we could be talking about him in a yr as a top 15 pick.
I'll give you another example, on film to me Datone Jones from UCLA was a top 10 pick as a DT in either scheme but because he plays in a 3-4 and because of Sharriff Floyd and Sheldon Richardson are more WOW body types and length and athleticism is there and many scouts view a 3- 4 DL as a space eater but fail to see the versatility in some of those guys with a team that plays a hybrid multiple front. The Packers at 25 (I think or 26) got a steal with him. I thought the Jets might take him at 13 and they didn't. Draft is a weird thing sometimes