DK Metcalf continues NFL Combine tear with 4.33 40 time — Twitter Talk

DK Metcalf continues NFL Combine tear with 4.33 40 time — Twitter Talk

It was a flashy day at Lucas Oil Stadium on Saturday as the wide receivers put on quite a show on the second day of testing at the NFL Combine.

Ohio State pass rusher Nick Bosa and Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams are the two premier players at their respective positions, so there really doesn't seem to be a logical scenario where they fall below No. 5.

He was faster than all but two of 23 running backs who ran the 40 at the National Football League scouting combine this week, and he was 0.12 seconds faster than Jadeveon Clowney's time at the 2014 combine.

Sweat, at 260 pounds, stood out most among a defensive line group that dazzled overall.

Following Sweat's impressive 40-yard dash drill, social media exploded with admiration, shock and humorous quips. It was the single best 40 time for a defensive lineman since 2003.

Along with a staring contest employed by the Seattle Seahawks in the most recent combines, the camp is notorious for unusual questions and antics by teams looking for future players over the years.

Campbell's top time was unofficially one-hundredth of a second faster than his former teammate, Browns cornerback Denzel Ward, who was last year's top sprinter among defensive backs at 4.32 seconds.

Jones' other numbers: 23 bench reps, a 32.5-inch vertical jump, a 123.0-inch broad jump and a 4.37-second 20-yard shuttle. Both of the Devins - Devin White and Devin Bush - are considered the draft's best linebacker prospects.

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