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Subject: Sub 4.3 40's are increasingly common for college players at least


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Date Posted: 14:20:34 12/10/16 Sat
In reply to: Observer 's message, "See also:" on 13:57:46 12/10/16 Sat


The Official Unofficial Sub 4.3 Forty Yard Dash List at Gridironstuds.com

1 Bo Jackson Auburn Tigers 4.12
2 Michael Bennett Minnesota Vikings 4.13
3 Alexander Wright Dallas Cowboys 4.14
4 Darrell Green Washington Redskins 4.15
5 Ahman Green Nebraska Cornhuskers 4.17
6 Joey Galloway Ohio St. Buckeyes 4.18
7 Terrell Sinkfield Northern Iowa 4.19
8 Henry Neal Blinn JC 4.2
9 Onterio McCalebb Auburn Tigers 4.21
10 Deion Sanders F. St. Seminoles 4.21
11 Kevin Curtis Utah St. Aggies 4.21
12 Don Beebe Buffalo Bills 4.21
13 Breshad Perriman Central Florida 4.22
13 Donte Stallworth Tenn Volunteers 4.22
14 Willie Parker N Carolina Tar Heels 4.23
15 Clayton Holmes Dallas Cowboys 4.23
16 Rondel Melendez E Kentucky (1999) 4.24
17 Chris Johnson ECarolina Pirates 4.24
18 Taylor Mays USC 4.24
19 Phillip Dorsett University of Miami 4.25
19 Marquis Goodwin Texas Longhorns 4.25
20 Tavon Austin West Virginia 4.25
21 Steve Williams California 4.25
22 Ike Taylor Pittsburgh Steelers 4.25
23 Randy Moss Marshall University 4.25
24 Michael Vick Virginia Tech Hokies 4.25
25 Jerome Mathis Hampton 4.25
26 Sam Shields U of Miami (Packers) 4.25
27 Dri Archer Kent St. 4.26
28 Devin Hester University of Miami 4.27
29 Darren McFadden Ark Razorbacks 4.27
30 James Jett West Virginia 4.27
31 Jacoby Ford Clemson Tigers 4.27
32 Trindon Holliday LSU 4.27
33 DeMarcus Van Dyke U of Miami 4.28
34 Kevin Williams U of Miami 4.28
35 Champ Bailey Georgia Bulldogs 4.28
36 CJ Spiller Clemson Tigers 4.28
37 Raghib Ismail Notre Dame 4.28
38 Walter Sutton SW Minnesota St. 4.28
39 Rod Woodson Purdue Boilermakers 4.28
40 JJ Nelson UAB 4.28
41 Jonathan Joseph Auburn 4.28 added 3/5/16
42 Standord Routt Houston (2005) 4.29
43 Fabian Washington Nebraska 4.29
44 Laveranues Coles F. Seminoles 4.29
45 James Williams Fresno St. 4.29
46 Gaston Green UCLA 4.29
47 Johnny Knox Ab Christian ( Bears) 4.29
48 Keith Marshall Georgia 4.29 added 2016

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Date Posted: 01:17:55 12/11/16 Sun

You continue to embarrass yourself. That list you posted of 48 players who ran sub-4.3 is comprised almost entirely of players who were *HAND TIMED*. If you confined the list to guys who were electronically timed at sub-4.3, that list would decrease in size by at least three-quarters.

I was hand timed by my coach at 4.6. And yet, almost inexplicably, no pro scouts ever took a look at me. Hmmm, how about that?

Hand timed results in high school mostly show how supportive your coach is of your recruiting efforts. Your coach *WANTS* you to do well so, consciously or subconsciously, his thumb follows what his brain hopes will happen. That's human nature, not blazing speed.

I said it before and, indeed, your post proves my point. No Ivy League player ever has run 4.27. Ever.

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Date Posted: 19:23:04 12/11/16 Sun

Not "hand-timed, either. And the time didn't come from "his coach"

You continue to embarrass yourself.

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[> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: Re: Except for one soon to be an ivy player - at least


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Date Posted: 21:15:45 12/11/16 Sun

Of course it was hand-timed. If he ran an electronically timed 4.27, he would have the third fastest time in NFL history, behind Chris Johnson in 2008 (4.24) and Dri Archer in 2014 (4.26). I think that was reviewed the first time you claimed that a legitimate 4.27 recruit was headed to Harvard.

if you want to purport that the third fastest player in the history of the NFL combine is about to enroll at a college outside the national top 25, let alone outside the Power 5 conferences, let alone outside the FBS, let alone outside an FCS powerhouse, let alone an Ivy League school, that is your prerogative but, again, you continue to embarrass yourself.

If you're going to make those kind of claims, why not claim that Tommy Amaker is working for free, you know, as a humanitarian gesture on behalf of furthering Harvard basketball?

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Date Posted: 22:19:44 12/11/16 Sun

Stubborn and angry, aren't you!

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