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# Who has the fastest 40 in NFL history?

## Who has the fastest 40 in NFL history?

Bo Jackson
Until someone produces evidence to the contrary, we can say that Bo Jackson ran the fastest pre-draft 40-yard dash in recorded history with a time of 4.13 at a pro day/regional combine in February of 1986 at the University of Auburn, because … Bo knows.

What is the fastest 40-yard dash time in world history?

The fastest recorded 40 yard split on record belongs to Olympian Maurice Greene. During his World Record 60 meter run of 6.33, a mark that still exists, Green crossed the 40 yard mark at 4.18.

How fast is Anthony Schwartz 40-yard dash?

4.27
Schwartz ran a blazing 4.27 in the 40-yard dash at the Auburn pro day and would have undoubtedly challenged John Ross’s record 40-yard dash time at the Scouting Combine if the NFL had held the event in 2021. Schwartz’s speed is other-worldly and it translates to the football field.

### How fast is Tim Tebow?

4.71 seconds
Tim Tebow/40 yard dash time

How fast should I run the 40 yard dash?

About 26 mph. If you have a 40-yard dash time, divide it into 80 to get an approximate miles per hour speed. So, if you have a 5 second 40-yard dash, you are going about 16 mph. If you have an 8 second 40-yard dash, you are going about 10 mph.

What was the fastest 40 yard dash time ever?

Usain Bolt tied the NFL’s fastest 40-yard dash and he was super chill about it. Usain Bolt really just did that. The retired Olympian tied the NFL’s record for the fastest 40-yard dash, clocking in at 4.22 seconds, and he wasn’t even wearing specialized running spikes. He did it in literal sweatpants and casual sneakers.

#### Who is the fastest QB in NFL history?

Matt Ryan eclipsed the 40,000 passing yard mark on that drive. He is the fastest QB to reach that mark in NFL history (151 games).

Who has the fastest 40 yard dash time?

Here’s a look at the fastest 40-yard dash times, separated by position groups, of prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft. 1) Feleipe Franks, Arkansas: 4.65 2) Davis Mills, Stanford: 4.78 3) Mac Jones, Alabama: 4.79 4) Colin Hill, South Carolina: 4.93