One-handed linebacker makes impressive showing at NFL Combine

One-handed linebacker makes impressive showing at NFL Combine

[Ed. – Inspirational]

Shaquem Griffin wants to make history. His performance at the NFL Scouting Combine on Saturday was just a taste.

The Central Florida linebacker is looking to become the first one-handed player to be drafted into the league in the modern era. He won’t know for almost two months whether he will accomplish that goal, but he definitely made teams sit up and take notice with his combine performance.

Wearing a prosthetic attached to his left arm, Griffin did 20 reps on the bench press at 225 pounds, all to the loudest cheers of the day from a raucous crowd excited to witness the feat.

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“My goal was six,” Griffin said at his press conference afterward. “I think I beat that by a lot. … Just being able to do that, it was amazing. Hearing the crowd and having the juices flowing, I mean, I felt it.”

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