Leonard Fournette Donates Weights Made From His Trophies To Local High School

Leonard Fournette has always been one to give back to the community, and now he is getting involved with his new city in Jacksonville.
The Jaguars first-round pick recently teamed up with MET-Rx to create one of the coolest things we’ve ever seen.
Fournette donated his ridiculous amount of trophies that he compiled throughout his career and had them turned into weights. The materials were melted down in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and turned into a weight set that was donated to William M. Raines High School in Jacksonville.
MET-Rx shared a video of the incredible process.


A total of 700 of Fournette’s trophies were used in the making of the weight set.
Hopefully the championship effort that went into producing the weights will inspire those at Raines High School to put their best foot forward in every aspect of life.
Kudos to Fournette for once again proving he’s one of the good guys in the sports world.
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