Picture this: a 6-foot-2, 283-pound defensive lineman who can run a 4.58 40-Yard Dash, jump a 40-inch Vertical and Squat over 700 pounds.
Ridiculous, right? Well, you can stop using your imagination and start familiarizing yourself with Kentavius Street, who will be a senior at N.C. State this fall and might be the most terrifying athlete in all of college football. Just watch how effortlessly he crushes this 700-pound Squat:
Now you know why Sports Illustrated college football analyst Bruce Feldman recently named Street the third-biggest freak in college football. In addition to his ridiculous measurables (which also include a 9-foot-11 Broad Jump and a 475-pound Bench Press), Street is reportedly the most flexible player in the N.C. State program. You can see just how well Street carries his weight in this transformation timeline (the last photo was from July 2016, so he’s probably even more jacked now):
Dantonio Burnette, Director of Strength and Conditioning for Football at N.C. State, calls Street “the biggest freak (he’s) ever seen in the weight room.” Considering that Burnette once coached Aaron Donald at the University of Pittsburgh, that’s saying something.
Street had a solid showing in 2016 with 9.5 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks, and he’s in line to improve on those numbers in 2017. With the right technique, Street’s unbelievable blend of size, speed and power could render him virtually unstoppable.
In the meantime, enjoy this video of a 15-year-old Street putting up 225 for 16 reps on the Bench press:
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