There have been some outstanding showings at this year's NFL Combine in Indianapolis, but perhaps none as novel and curious as the statement one prospect made with his tree-trunk sized legs.

Robert Myers, a 6-foot-5, 310 pound offensive lineman from Tennessee State, could not seem to find a pair of shorts that covered his massive quads. His athletic shorts rode up his thighs and and appear to be evidence that Myers has never missed a leg day in his life.

Myers' NFL.com profile notes that he has good "thickness and strength through [his] lower body," and after seeing him in Indianapolis that is had to deny.

The 23-year-old's legs led to a hilarious nickname:




Myers' quads overshadowed his hair, which may have been the best at the combine:


A three-year starter at Tennessee State, Myers is projected to be selected in the fourth or fifth round of the NFL draft.

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