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Old 04-28-2011, 05:48 PM   #4
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Default Re: Patrick Peterson no stronger than most of us

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Originally Posted by thumper View Post
I was looking at combine #s and was shocked to see Peterson
only put up 15 reps at 225? The man is a freak of nature, with insane
speed for his size but only 15 reps? I was shocked to see that. Not
that I believe he will prove too weak to make an awesome DB, but
for a guy so freakish, I couldn't believe he put up less reps than many
(or most?) of the posters in here would put up!
I don't pay attention to that stuff. That's pretty good for a corner coming out of college but even though strength is key and the NFL looks to most core lifts from the combine, but bench press is a very unique position RARELY EVER used in a real life stance, let alone football stance so I wouldn't fret it.

I've seen the tape on Peterson. The dude hits like a mack-truck and the tape NEVER lies. For the record, De'Angello Hall was timed as one of the fastest 40's ever and I've seen Hines outrun Hall 60 yards to the endzone with one shoe on.
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