When Tyler Lancaster made Bruce Feldman’s “Freaks List,” he got some deserved recognition for his feats in the weight room.
But that didn’t mean he was done going viral.
The Northwestern defensive lineman took to the bench press on Thursday. His previous high was 34 bench press reps at 225 pounds, which was part of the reason he was No. 32 on Feldman’s list.
So naturally, Lancaster upped that by getting 35 reps:
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As Northwestern pointed out, Lancaster’s 35 bench press reps would’ve been tied for No. 1 of all combine participants the last two years. The third-year starter will have to wait another year to get his chance to shine in Indianapolis.
Lancaster also deadlifts 740 pounds and he did barbell thrusts of 800 pounds.
Couple those feats of strength with a productive senior season and Lancaster will be getting ready for an NFL training camp at this time next year.