키:6피트 1.3인치..? 라는 뜻인듯..?= 약 186.1센티 (키야 뭐 실제보다 조금 작게 측정될수도 있으니깐요.)
체중:257 파운드= 약 116.57 킬로
벤치 102킬로 : 29회
40야드 달리기: 4.93초
서전트 점프: 30. 5인치=77.47 센티
제자리 멀리 뛰기: 8피트 10인치= 269 센티
He was a very hot small college prospect going into the ‘97 season and he even played in the Senior Bowl, but he has really cooled off on many draft boards and has not had a good off season. He really struggled at Indy running in the 4.90 range and although he showed excellent size and strength (29 BP) and adequate overall movements, there are questions now about his ability to handle the next level athletically. He is a fairly dominating player on a small college level and he finished the ‘97 season with 115 tackles, 13 TFLs, 7 sacks and even 3 INTs, but it must be noted that he does not play against top competition on a weekly basis. He dominates his opponents physically and he definately looks the part. He has pretty good overall movement and actually plays a little faster than his 40 time would indicate. Unlike some players on a small college level that dominate, he has an excellent motor and seems to play hard on every play. He has some sideline to sideline range and he is tough at the POA and is an excellent physical tackler. At times, he looks a little like a straightline guy and isn’t always pretty in space. He may be a first and second down MLB on the NFL level that will be called on to stuff the run and possibly contribute on STs. There is a feeling here that his 40 time can improve to make him a little more of a complete player. He will need alot of work in pass coverage, techniques and drops and the team that drafts him will have to be patient and let him adjust from the level of competition that he’s played with to the NFL. Not a hot guy, but a decent prospect.
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rank No. 2 in the nation. "A lot of people don't realize how quick and agile he is."
That's because it's hard to get past Lesnar's imposing physique. He's a weight-lifting fanatic and has put on 60 pounds since graduating from Webster (S.Dak.) High in 1996. He can deadlift 720 pounds, squat 695 and bench-press 475,
totals that arouse suspicion that he didn't attain such strength naturally. Robinson had Lesnar tested for steroids shortly after he arrived at Minnesota. The results were negative. "I never thought Brock was using steroids," says Robinson. "When people look at him, they make assumptions, and I told Brock that I wanted to eliminate the question before it became an issue. He didn't have a problem with that."
Lesnar learned about hard work while growing up on his family's dairy farm. Lesnar would rise at 4:45 to help milk the cows, and he served as his father's right-hand man in the field when not in school. As a youngster Lesnar tried to lift everything in sight, and at age five he had already suffered two hernias after trying to heft bales of hay.
"All I wanted to do was get big and strong," says Lesnar. "I was amazed by guys like Arnold Schwarzenegger, and I'd always be doing push-ups and pull-ups at home. On the farm I tried to be a workhorse because I knew if I could cut it on the farm, I could cut it anywhere."
In a state that elected a former professional wrestling star as its governor, Lesnar has developed a following as a Golden Gopher. Fans wear T-shirts to matches that tout him as BROCKFAST OF CHAMPIONS, and during the Brock Bit every Thursday afternoon on a Minneapolis radio station, he dutifully answers fans' questions. Lesnar is a year from obtaining a business degree and says he will remain in school next year, even though he will have used up his wrestling eligibility.
Minnesota football coach Glen Mason is wooing Lesnar to play defensive line for him next fall, an option he is considering. He has also been contacted by the WWF and World Championship Wrestling, but Lesnar would like to try to qualify for the 2000 Olympics (the trials are in April) and play football before pondering a career in pro wrestling.
"It's great to have a bunch of options, but all I can think about is winning a national title," says Lesnar. "Sometimes I lie in bed and dream about it, and I wake up sweating. It takes more than talent. It's about heart and desire, and I want it more than anyone."