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2012 NFL Combine Results: David Molk Leads Offensive Linemen In Bench Press

David Molk, center from Michigan, has topped all offensive linemen by bench pressing 41 reps during the bench press drill on Saturday at the combine. You can check out the video of Molk and other linemen bench pressing here.

Molk, who won the 2011 Rimington Trophy as the nation's top center, stands 6'1" and weighs 298 pounds, with a 32" arm length and 8 7/8 hands.

However, Molk's former teammate, Mike Martin, a defensive tackle, said that he will top Molk's workout performance when he hits the bench press on Sunday, via Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.

"I'm beating that definitely," Martin said today. "You can put that down on the record. I'm not letting him beat me, I'll tell him that."

Of course, Martin plays a different position than Molk, so even if Martin does top Molk in reps, that will not detract from Molk's impressive workout.

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