Let's see; at 18 I was 170 at 5-8, benched 155 for a max and squatted 225 parallel (but form and ab strength was poor) and pulled 315. At 19 I actually dieted down to 153.
Today, I weight 223, bench 370, squat 470 and pull 445.
Now, the strongest guy at the highschool where I teach was 6-4 285, benched 335 raw but with crappy (powerlifting) form (elbows out, no arch, close grip), and only pulled 455 and I saw him squat 495 easy but about an inch above parallel and 550 couldn't quite get out of the hole. He benched 435 x 2 with a shirt.
MOST highschool 3 lift total records are in the 1300s, maybe high 400's squat and dead and mid 300s bench. A lot of those guys count squats that that are a bit high in depth, BUT you'd be suprised, many of the school "record holders" are smaller guys say 185. My brother's highschool's record was 1315 but the guy was in the 180s.
I also saw an skinny as hell 6-4 180 pound quarterback squat 425 and his legs were not big.
The first HS I worked had a power clean record of 295, but the guy was
We had one lineman who was squatting 700+ a year out of highschool.