NFL Prospect Randy Gregory Knocks Head Off Of Sports Science Dummy
Nebraska Cornhusker Randy Gregory has emerged over the last two years as one of the most feared pass rushers in the game: in just two years, the 6’6″ 240-pound junior defensive end garnered 120 total tackles, 25.5 tackles for loss, 17.5 sacks, two interceptions and two forced fumbles in just two years of play.
And while messing around with ESPN’s Sports Science, the top ranked defensive end did something that no other football player has ever done: he knocked the head off of the tackling dummy.
#SorryNotSorry "@Rand_Getlin: @RandyGregory_4 knocked the #SportsScience dummy's head off. Never done before. pic.twitter.com/uMMjWQrwRj"
— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) March 5, 2015
These dummies are pretty hard to break — Ndamukong Suh and Ray Lewis could not even do that — but the towering DE prospect did it without breaking a sweat.
As stated before, Randy Gregory is the top ranked defensive end and could possibly go in the top ten when the NFL Draft begins on April 30.
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