7'1" HS Lineman Brave Williams Is Taller and Heavier Than Anyone in the NFL

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistSeptember 16, 2016

At 7’1”, 400 pounds, lineman Brave Williams is a big dude.

The senior at Lake Shore High School in Angola, New York, is taller and heavier than any player currently on an NFL roster, according to MaxPreps’ Lynden Ostrander.

"I've been bigger than everybody my entire life," Williams told Ostrander. "In kindergarten, I was already 5’3” and towered over everyone."

Williams reportedly picked up football just three years ago, and he started three games at nose tackle last season. He also played on the varsity basketball team (presumably at center).

Still raw, Williams is clearly a physical monster. He told Ostrander “his workouts include squats of 1,000 pounds three times and bench presses of 200 pounds 20 times.”

Williams has not received a scholarship offer yet, but he hopes to earn one this season.

[MaxPreps]

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