We've seen plenty of insane pitching windups over the history of baseball; Johnny Cueto, Dan Quisenberry, Bronson Arroyo, just to name a few from recent memory.
A new windup legend has emerged, though - you've probably never heard of him, but he'll go down in unique pitching lore. Murray State's John Lollar has one of the wildest windups we've ever seen - it's unclear whether he's aiming for a career as a Major League Hurler or a contortionist.
Lollar's leg kick comes up so high that his foot clears the top of his head by about...well, a foot. If you thought Dontrelle Willis had an odd windup, you haven't see anything yet.