Video: LSU offensive lineman demonstrates immense feat of strength
Offensive linemen are known as incredibly strong individuals.
It makes sense — considering they are routinely trying to prevent 300-pounders from obliterating their quarterback.
LSU junior offensive guard Garrett Brumfield is primed to break through this year in Baton Rouge. After functioning as a reserve the past two seasons, it appears as if he will start somewhere along the offensive line in 2017.
On Saturday, he took to Twitter — demonstrating for everyone how strong his lower body is:
— Garrett Brumfield (@thisisbruiser) March 7, 2017
“The Bruiser” was able to squat an eye-popping 605 pounds — thus setting a personal record. It also should (in theory) speak to how Brumfield’s lower-body strength would translate quite well when run blocking.