The BYU Cougars signed the biggest recruit in the nation in 2015, despite the fact that he had never played organized football before. 6-foot-7, 410 pound Tongan Motekiai Langi was spotted by a BYU coach while playing a pickup basketball game, and BYU coach offered him a scholarship based on pure potential.

Langi is currently serving as a missionary in Phoenix, and won't join the Cougars until 2017 ... and when he does, he may be unstoppable. Langi raced across a parking lot wearing missionary attire and beat another human likely a third of his size. When Langi reaches top speed, he's essentially a wrecking ball.

Proud to say we have signed the nations biggest recruit!! 6'8" 410 pounds! #BYUFootball pic.twitter.com/WwILCbavyy

— BYU Football (@BYUfootball) February 4, 2015

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The rap freestyle BYU coaches dropped in Langi's honor on signing day is still fire.

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