Published: Sun, March 05, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

John Ross sets combine record with 4.22 seconds in 40-yard dash

John Ross sets combine record with 4.22 seconds in 40-yard dash

The run broke Chris Johnson's record of 4.24, which had been the top mark since 2008.

Ross' record-breaking 40-yard time provides credibility to his status as a potentially lethal National Football League deep threat. Davis also performed well in the 40-yard dash, finishing the drill in 4.44 seconds, and recorded 19 reps on the bench press, No. 2 among wide receivers.

So congratulations to Ross, who not only broke a nine year old record but can officially call himself the fastest man in all of the NFL.

Oddly enough, Ross opted not to wear the adidas 5-Star 40 cleat that would've won him his very own private island.

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Georgia Bulldogs receiver Isaiah McKenzie showed off his impressive speed at the NFL Combine on Saturday.

John Ross just ran a 4.22 40. Unfortunately, Ross chose Nike and will not get the Adidas island.

Ross is projected as a mid-first-rounder right now, but his performance on Saturday could push him into the conversation for the first wideout drafted. "I really can't swim that well", Ross said. "Guys that came before us who have set a great example why (their success) should transfer to guys like me, guys who are not as tall".

"I played this season with a messed up shoulder", Ross said. The insane thing is, Ross was cramping before his run and his labrum is torn. "I was gifted with speed".

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