The nice thing is he not only has unbelievable natural talent for strength, but he really knows what he's talking about. I've picked up a lot from chatting to him about squat form, flexibility, bench technique etc. It's refreshing to see a guy who's naturally strong but at the same time is so technically proficient, humble and willing to share.
In my eyes, that he beat Coan's Junior record already puts him as being one of the finest deadlifters ever, which came after a relatively short time in the sport. I think as long as he can recover from his sciatica he has potential to be one of the greatest powerlifters of all time.