Check Out 6’3” 363-Pound 6th Grader RB Christian Lewis From Arkansas
Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
This is 11-yerar-old Christian Lewis of Pulaski Heights Middle School (Little Rock, AR), who is a 6’3" 363-pound RB who will run right over and through your entire 6th grade class...

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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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Bama lock.
Reply2 days
Walmart and McDonalds both sell salads.
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What parent lets a 6th grader get to 300 plus pounds?
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Mercy,that's a big kid. I wonder if he tops out on size here.
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That coach is a pos. Putting a kid that size at RB this young puts everyone at risk
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At that size and probably growing, he won’t play in high school. Will be too big to move
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The bigger they are, the harder they fall... Literally and figuratively
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You must be a little guy. That's what little guys love to say:)
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Needs more toss dive.
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363lb 6th grader? Nice job mom and dad!
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Most 6th grade teams have weight restrictions for skill positions for this reason. This kid should be placed on the OL or DL due to his weight alone. Stupid.
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That coach is going to get him injured. He shouldn't be carrying the ball. Knees, man. Knees. Those smaller kids are gonna take those knees out. Some guy thinks he's coaching winning football. If this is an every down RB, coach is an idiot.
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Future big time offensive lineman
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That Hormone loaded chicken.
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“Sweep the leg!”
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This is just nonsense -
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Diabetes lock.
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They gon' take that foot....
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Lawsuit incoming as soon as one of those 90 lb kids gets hurt.
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11 years old in 6th grade? He’s smart, too!
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YMCA
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Most kids in the 6th grade are 11.
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5 bans
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Which one is he?
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