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Fastest time this year and 2nd all time............M Goodwin at 4.27 officially (out of Texas I think)
Marquise Goodwin-4.27, and Travon Austin- 4.34, CJ rests another yr, well untill DBs get their chance.
"All time" in the 40 usually only goes back to when it became electronically timed which I think was 1998 or 1999. They also showed an "all time" chart on nfl network that only went back to 2008 for some reason.
I think Goodwin won the US long jump title last year. That's big time.
Yep............IMO the fastest would have been Bo or Deion......Moss up there too.
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Look at Our guys at the top of the vertical and the broad jump lists. Pretty impressive.
Maybe, but Rogers catches the ball every time, even in traffic.
True. But can he catch the ball with his body half the time in the NFL and really be productive when at that level everything is tighter and faster and every inch counts? I do doubt his maturity more than Hunter too. I still think Hunter runs better routes but most every #1 WR does and DRogers was the #2 with JHunter healthy in 2011 for a few games and again in 2012....DRogers was to be in the slot much of the time with CP at the #2 in 3 wide sets.
4.21 by Onterio McCalebb is crazy
That was his unofficial time. The official time was closer to 4.3. I forget exactly what it was.
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Does anybody remember Donte Stallworth's time? I thought it was under 4.3.
Stallworth was unofficially timed at 4.22 seconds — I believe that was at UT's pro day — but that wasn't an official time.
Thanks. Ryan, what's your alma mater. Just curious.
Wes and I both are UT alums.
I think Patterson will go before Hunter. What do y'all think?
Some saying Patterson to Bills at #8 pick first round, Hunter 2nd round but it's according to what expert or the team needs on where they will individually go.
I just dont get the need for unofficial times being reported in something like this. Makes zero sense when the NFL should have official times immediately electronically and could post just like the Olympics or a horse race etc etc
McShay saying Hunter has helped himself the most with Sundays performance. He was comparing him with Julio Jones.
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