Meet Shaquem Griffin, linebacker for the University of Central Florida and current breakout star at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, IN. Griffin had his left hand amputated when he was four-years-old, but that didn’t stop the St. Petersburg native from benching 225 pounds 20 times with a prosthetic hand on Saturday:

His goal was 6.

Then today he went out and ran the fastest 40-yard-dash time for a linebacker in 15 years:

Un. Freaking. Believable:

Keep in mind, he was a late addition to the combine:

After shocking the scouts, Griffin wished his mother a happy birthday, of course:

Griffin should be drafted on the second day of the draft in the 2nd or 3rd round:


And we look forward to watching him play this fall on Sundays: