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445 pounds on the bench press. Apparently Coach Funk refers to him as Mr. 445 now.
As reported here earlier, Bosch is excited to enroll early in Ann Arbor.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Steve Wiltfong 23 months ago
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That's just stupid for a high school kid.
And he's wrapping up his junior year of high school.
Wow. That really is ridiculous.
That's all he can bench?
Not too bad!
On this planet, yes.
Jeez, the kid probably just started driving and he can do that? That's silly.
You're asking to get the banhammer, aren't you?
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
What does being freakishly strong have to do with eating pies? Trolling fail.
This o-line is ridiculous.
We have Kugler, Dawson, Fox, Bosch, and LTT. All of whom are considered top 5 OG, C, or T.
I know a kid who can bench something like 320, but 445 is absolutely insane for a high schooler.
Same we had a guy in highschool whose now a marine, who could press 335 and that's insane. 400+, is unreal.
There may not be more than 12 or so current players on Michigan's team that can bench that much. As you said, that's unbelievable for a high school junior.
I would have to agree with that. 12, may be a generous guess in and that of itself.
I gave myself a little leeway there just in case, as I'm still learning about some of Michigan's upperclassmen. Wouldn't be surprised if it's in the single digits.
Hey man understandable but when the statistic iirc is 2% of the worlds population can bench 200, when you jump to a number like 400, the percentage has to be incredibly low; even though in this case we are talking about athletes who live a life of training and studying.
Charlie Weis one time is impressive..
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