The SEC has always been known to be where “grown man football” is played, and on Friday, freshman defensive tackle Daylon Mack is proving the statement to be true.
According to reports out of A&M, the former five-star recruit out of Gladewater, Texas is so strong, the staff had to order special bars to hold the weight Mack is lifting.
How strong is A&M freshman Daylon Mack? S&C coach Larry Jackson tells TexAgs he had to order new bars capable of carrying more weight
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Mack was seen to be squatting 600 pounds close to ten times. Offensive units better hope Mack does not see a lot of the field this season if they want to keep their quarterbacks off the turf.
Texas A&M opens their season Saturday Sept. 5 against the Arizona State Sun Devils in NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
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