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Toby Johnson is a 305 pound JUCO transfer to the University of Georgia and he’s expected to contribute immediately to the under-performing defense that the Bulldogs put on the field last season. Johnson, who suffered a torn ACL in 2012 and recently had surgery for a condition unrelated to football, seems to be doing just fine.
Fat guy touchdowns are still > Fat guy back handsprings, but this is seriously impressive.
This video was shared on Instagram by cornerback Shaquille Williams.
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Toby Johnson, the JUCO defensive lineman transfer who will suit up for Georgia this season, is more than 300 pounds and can do a back handspring. I assume if you’re more than 300 pounds and able to do any sort of flip/rotational movement, a membership to an exclusive club comes along with it. This membership [...]
Projected starting Georgia Bulldogs defensive end Toby Johnson pulled off a pair of backflips at around 305 lbs today. This is some serious freak athleticism on Johnson’s part and it will be awesome to see what he can do on the football field.
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Despite a lot of the recruiting success that Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs have been experiencing, there are still a few needs that need to be addressed. One of them is to find a top offensive tackle to play opposite John Theus on the line. The target at the top of Georgia's list is three-star recruit Dyshon Sims (Valdosta, Ga./Lowndes).
Theus made a big impact on the Dawgs offensive
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