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High school senior Quenton Nelson is a 4-star offensive tackle and has signed to play his college football for the University of Notre Dame.
Standing at 6'5", 295 pounds, Nelson is a mammoth of a human being. His strength is off the charts, and Bleacher Report was able to catch him in action.
The future Fighting Irish star was able to bench-press 225 pounds a remarkable 26 times, more than multiple 2014 NFL draft picks.
Watch the video and try not to forget this kid hasn't even graduated high school yet.
Rankings according to 247sports.com.