A video of a 6’3″ 363-pound 6th grade running back is all the rage today on the Internet, but there were very few details on the mysterious running back dragging defenders like he was Andy Reid in 6th grade. The wrecking ball running back is 11-yerar-old Christian Lewis of Pulaski Heights Middle School (Little Rock, AR), according to Kevin Miller (@big73miller) of BM Sports Report.
Lewis also plays center and has a 3.8 GPA, according to Miller who helps kids in the Little Rock and surrounding areas gain attention with a hope for the kids to advance on to the college level. Let’s just say that Lewis is about to become a household name on the message boards and all it takes is one video like this wrecking ball video to turn him into a social media sensation.
Now before you think it’s crazy to post about a 6th grader, keep in mind that just over a year ago Nick Saban offered a scholarship to a 6’8″ 375 pound 8th grader. That kid, Kiyaunta Goodwin, was so prized a year ago that he announced where he’d be playing his high school football via a social media video. I’m telling you guys, the times are changing.
Christian Lewis from Pulaski Heights Middle School in Little Rock. He’s 6’3 and 368 pounds in 6th grade / via Kevin Miller
A 6’3” 363 lb 6th grader? 😳 pic.twitter.com/5pd5sqKkKq
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) November 7, 2019