The Georgia Bulldogs may have excercised some major demons after winning the National Championship over the Alabama Crimson Tide last season, but it does not mean they are just sitting around and still celebrating without putting in the work to defend their title.
Georgia will enter next season in the follow-up effort to its national championship run without its top two running backs from 2021 after redshirt junior Zamir White announced Friday that he has declared for the 2022 NFL Draft, joining his teammate James Cook, who declared earlier in the week.
While the former top-50 recruits are off to the NFL, Georgia has plenty of talented options from which to choose. One of them is going viral as they have national top-50 running back recruit Branson Robinson entering the program as part of the 2022 Class.
At 5-foot-10 and 220 pounds, Robinson doesn’t tower over players like Derrick Henry does, but that is because he is just 17-years-old. The youngster reportedly can do a 415-pound bench press, a 615-pound squat and an insane 720-pound dead lift.
Here is the youngster squatting a terrifying 615 pounds:
247Sports rates Robinson as the No. 62 overall prospect in the Class of 2022. He signed his letter of intent to Georgia this past December following a standout career at Germantown High School.
According to his Hudl, he runs a 4.49 40-yard dash, a 4.18 shuttle, has a 40.2-inch vertical, and an 11.2 100-meter dash.
As a junior, Robinson finished with 121 carries, 1,179 yards, averaged 9.7 yards a carry, 15 touchdowns, had six games of 100-plus yards, and did all that in nine games.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.