As the start of training camp draws near, many college football players are maxing out to see the type of strength and speed gains they made during the offseason.
Henry Mondeaux, a senior defensive lineman at the University of Oregon, proved he's primed for a monster season after posting a ridiculous 635-pound Squat max:
— Joey Carnes (@CoachCarnes45) July 19, 2017
— Henry Mondeaux (@HMondeaux92) July 19, 2017
He makes it look easy, which is bad news for Pac-12 offenses. Mondeaux won Oregon's Outstanding Defensive Lineman award in 2016 after a junior campaign which saw him rack up 35 tackles and four tackles for loss. His superhuman strength should help him improve upon that production during his senior season.
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