Alabama Football stays loaded with superhuman football players who can do superhuman things on the football field. Then when those superhumans go on to the NFL, Nick Saban simply reloads with more superhumans and the Tide keeps rolling without missing a beat.
This year will be no different when Bryce Young takes over the starting QB role for Mac Jones, college football’s best quarterback last season and a first-round draft pick to the Patriots. Young was the top-ranked quarterback in the Class of 2020, and the No. 2 player overall in the class regardless of position. He’ll be great in Saban’s high-powered offense, no question.
But let’s talk about one of the guys blocking for Young.
Alabama offensive lineman Evan Neal will be a junior this fall after starting his first two seasons in Tuscaloosa, first as a Freshman All-American left guard and then at right tackle last season. Neal is extremely versatile and is proven at multiple positions, and today he showed off athleticism unknown to mankind.
Listed at 6-7 and 360 pounds, Neal can somehow do this:
— Evan Neal (@ENeal73) July 12, 2021
How? How can someone of the same species as you and me do that at 360 pounds?
The answer: Saban built him from scratch in an underground lab. It’s the only explanation.