Temple DE Haason Reddick talks about being named a Top 20 Freak

Senior defensive end was selected by FoxSports college football writer Bruce Feldman as one of the Top 20 Freaks in college football

Temple defensive end Haason Reddick has had a very good career for the Cherry and White.

Arriving in 2012 as a walk-on from Haddon Heights High School in South Jersey -- where Temple all-time great Paul Palmer was one of his coaches -- the Camden native has risen from being a special teams regular in 2013, to a solid backup pass rusher in 2014, to an All-Conference Honorable Mention pick in the American last year.

But none of that portended Reddick's inclusion this summer on FoxSports college football writer Bruce Feldman's list of the "Top 20 Freaks" in college football.  Feldman has been putting the list together for more than a decade, highlighting what he describes as "guys who are the top workout warriors in the sport or the guys who possess some rare physical abilities that wow folks inside their programs."

Reddick earned the No. 6 spot on the list with his 4.47 40 time, 10-foot-10-inch broad jump, 36-inch vertical leap, and 400-plus pound bench press, according to Feldman.

During a break from preseason practice, Reddick talked about his selection to Feldman's list.


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