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damn son. I see somebody wasn't seriously lifting weights while at A&M.
I saw that too. That's certainly not gonna help Damontre's stock.
Is that a joke?
More than anything it's a reflection on his work ethic.
You have got to be shitting me!
...who the heck seriously knows except God, and Sumlin. ~ Aggiemom6
that's just on the website it isn't what he did at the combine because none of the defense have started testing yet
Perhaps the biggest disappointment of the day was Damontre Moore. A presumed top 15 pick, the former Aggie managed only 12 reps, and doesn't seem to have an injury excuse. In a crowded field this year, a result like that is going to stick out like a sore thumb. He will need to impress in Monday's workout drills.
Brandon Williams and Margus Hunt dominated the bench press drill on Sunday, both getting 38 reps.
welp, looks like we better rehire Fran to get these numbers up
Imagine how good he can be if he actually gains some strength.
He dominated opponents all while having the strength of a wide receiver.
Long arms. Production trumps bench press. Good god.
Marquis Goodwin did 13.
This post was edited by aggieque 17 months ago
I'm sure this wasn't first time doing max reps. It has nothing do with his arms. That's a lame and poor excuse. He shouldn't have until the workout day if new the teens would be a struggle. He probably wasn't committed to put in the work to get above 20 so he lifted today.
Several DL and LB with longer arm reach get into the 20-30 range. DaMonsta was a great college player but he will not be a Von Miller (21 reps by the way) with the the laziness and no commitment in the workout room.
People who don't realize this are morons. Granted, 12 is less than I'd like to see from him, but longer arms make reps harder, its a known fact.
Long arms or not, 12 is terrible.
Julio Jones did 17 reps. AJ Green did 18.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by AggieGrad98 17 months ago
Production, long arms, etc...doing 12 reps for a 250 LB college DE is weak anyway you slice it.
I did 225 12 times as a 150 LB high school senior. I shouldn't be anywhere near Moore's numbers.
I'm one of the first ones that can say that I don't like the 225 rep. It's a strength lift. What does it translate to on the field? I just don't like it, but 12 is awful. Will you ever bench press someone off you? Yes, in a way. A more explosive strength move should be tested. 12????
Look, if he made it a priority he'd be up into the 20s by the time the season starts. However, none of these spare workout warriors will ever be Demonster Moore, which is why this means absolutely jack shit.
Yeah, but you have really short arms right?
I kid, I kid.
He hasn't even runt he 40 yet. Let him complete his combine before we go online and put one of our own players on blast. Too many haters.
Not really hating bro. More of disappointed than anything.
There is some hate in this thread DMO.
I'll get killed for this yet I dont see a drop off at the WDE position next year. I really think the Taylor bros as well as Alexander will be just fine replacing Moore. JMO and fire away...
His inability to blast reps really hurt him when he chased down that Mississippi State WR.
Bunch of midget workout warriors on this thread. D Moore would body slam each and every one of you haters.
He'll do 18 at the workout on campus. He's probably been working on speed only thinking the strength would just be there. No way he handles LTs only putting up 225 twelve times.
"So you saying there's a chance."............Lloyd Christmas, 1994.
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