Vita Vea is a young man who can do it all on the defensive line.
He is a wunderkind. That special athlete who comes along once in a decade, whose performance exceeds expectations so significantly that scouts struggle to truly gauge the upside.
Strong, fast, immovable. I can go on and on if you have the time. But several aspects of this young man’s game stand out.
He is Herculean strong. His 41 repetitions in the bench press was second to first place Harrison Phillips. And he uses that strength to ward off or gobble up blockers. He routine faced double teams, but occasionally he faced three or four offensive linemen on one play. Why? To ground him before he could launch into a rocket like pursuit.
A Cheetaphant! Or an Elephtah?!?