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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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