This is unbelievable. In 1988 there were less than 10 players in the NFL that weighed over 300lbs. Now, most NFL teams have their entire OL plus several DT's (around 10 or so 300 pounders). There's been players close to 400lbs at other schools, but most were fat asses/unathletic. This kid is a former Rugby player from Australia. http://www.saturdaydownsouth.com/se...und-high-school-player-dominate-orlando-camp/ Watch this 6-9, 395-pound high school player dominate at Orlando camp IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) OT Daniel Faalele may not be the most sought-after 2018 recruit, but he’s certainly one of the biggest. The massive former Australian rugby player currently measures 6-foot-9, 395 pounds. That kind of size allows him to do things like this to opposing pass-rushers: 2018 @IMGAcademy OL @DanielFaalele_ …all 6-foot-9 and 395-pounds…"rag dolling" guys at @UAFootball Camp Orlando. @TomLuginbill pic.twitter.com/ui9ZLkBoq4 — Gerry Hamilton (@HamiltonESPN) February 26, 2017 Faalele currently has 13 scholarship offers including Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, LSU and Missouri. He does not yet have a 247Sports Composite rating, but 247 rates him a 3-star prospect and the No. 27 tackle in the 2018 class.