Watch Jadeveon Clowney and teammate flip a blocking sled

Kevin C. Cox

South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is tossing heavy things around.

The South Carolina Gamecocks opened fall camp Friday night, and it took defensive end Jadeveon Clowney about an hour to start blowing things up. Here, Clowney and teammate Gerald Dixon flip over a blocking sled during a drill (via Saturday Down South):

Michigan coach Brady Hoke later told reporters that he's tired of watching that Vine video.

Clowney is hardly the first player to flip a blocking sled, but the style with which he does it is what makes it special. He finishes the drill, looks back and gives the Alfred E. Neuman face as the crowd gasps and cheers at the tremendous feat of strength they just witnessed.

Josh Kendall of The State newspaper in Columbia earlier took this video of Clowney arriving at practice:

He can't stop, baby. He can't stop. And now, neither can college football. Four weeks to kickoff.

Welcome back, Mr. Clowney. We've missed you dearly.

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