The Internet Is In Love With This 6’5″, 455-Pound Freshman Offensive Lineman From TCU

Brione Ramsey-Brooks college football

Imagine lining up against THAT on the gridiron.

College football season is so close I can feel it. Fans and teams are gearing up for the season, and while we still have a few weeks until kickoff, the internet has already fallen in love with a freshman offensive lineman from TCU before he ever takes a snap for the Horned Frogs.

Meet Brione Ramsey-Brooks. The 18-year old played for South Oak Cliff High School in Dallas, Texas, where he led the Golden Bears to two consecutive state championships. He had offers from schools like Oregon, Arizona, Louisville and Oklahoma State before ultimately deciding to stay close to home and sign with TCU.

And he’s a whole lotta man.

Nicknamed “Big Bubba,” the freshman is 6’5″ tall, and a whopping 455 pounds, making him the heaviest player in college football. And in case you’re thinking, yeah, ok, those stats are always inflated, just take a look:

Kid’s a BRUTE.

And Ramsey-Brooks has quickly become a favorite of college football fans on the internet who are amazed at his sheer size and blocking ability:

Now, hear us out on this one…

Needs to happen. I mean, can you imagine watching this force of nature running at you with a football?

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A beer bottle on a dock