Defensive end Andre Carter may be the oldest player on the countdown, but the man is a beast.He's been terrifying opposing quarterbacks for years and his career sack total is no joke.Margus Hunt, the man fro Estonia, is one heck of a physical specimen.The 6-foot-8, 280-pound defensive end benched 225 pounds 38 times at the Combine and has and 82-inch wingspan.
Baseball players nowadays are either on steroids or just not that big -- or so it seems -- but Giancarlo Stanton is a sneaky version of cut.
You would never guess that he's ripped by looking at him with his uniform on, but he was even featured in ESPN Magazine's body issue.
Dwight Howard is as wide from shoulder to should as they come. Not only is he seven feet tall, he's also ripped and just plain old huge -- and he plays like it on the court.
He benched 400 pounds, power cleans 360 and squats 545. Everyone likes to talk about how Marshawn Lynch is always in Beast Mode; however, Robert Turbin might be the true workout beast.
The backup running back builds his massive biceps, along with his other huge muscles, in intense workouts.