Breiden Fehoko, the 6-foot-3, 275-pound defensive tackle in the class of 2015 from Honolulu, is an absolute freak. He is one of the top-ranked DTs in the country (ranked 10th by Rivals) and sports a top-notch offer list: Alabama, Oklahoma, Clemson, BYU, Louisville, Stanford, and Wisconsin are all vying for his services, among others.
Today, he showed just why he is such a coveted prospect when he posted a video of himself doing some bench presses on YouTube — he put up the standard NFL Combine weight (225 pounds) a whopping 37 times! Sure, his form wasn’t absolutely perfect and he didn’t extend his arms quite fully on a lot of reps, but regardless, that is some sheer power for a kid who is still a junior in high school:
For the record, only three NFL Draft prospects last season were able to put up 37 reps of 225 pounds. Yeah, this kid is ridiculously strong.