Kentucky DT gives way too much info on why his weight is 'flexible'

BY foxsports • August 5, 2014

Cory Johnson is a very large defensive tackle who will be playing for Kentucky this fall.

Johnson, the No. 30 junior college prospect in 2014, comes to Lexington from ASA College in Brooklyn, New York.

Listed at 6-foot-3 and 299 pounds, he figures to be an anchor on the Wildcats' defensive line.

There's just one little problem.

Johnson says his weight is "flexible" and that he can go from 290 up to 300, or from 290 down to 280, in a single day.

How does this happen? Well, we'll let Johnson explain. It has something to do with how much is "going out."

TMI, Cory, TMI.


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