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Who is the fastest football player to ever live?

Who is the fastest football player to ever live?

1. Robert Hayes. The Olympic sprinter turned American football wide receiver, Bob Hayes is considered the fastest NFL player ever. In Olympics, Hayes won a 100-meter event and broke the World Record with 10.06 seconds (Current record: 9.58 seconds by Usain Bolt).

Has anyone ran a 3.9 40?

Here’s what we all must do now: try to convince someone on the internet that Deion Sanders crabwalked a 4.11 in the 40-yard dash at the 1989 NFL Combine while wearing a ghillie suit and wind parachute.

Has anyone ran a 4 flat?

Kevin Williams of the University of Miami (1989-92) ran a 4.28 forty yard dash before my own eyes. Former Hurricanes Tremain Mack (4.25) and Al Shipman (4.27) ran sub 4.3 forties before my own eyes. Track star Henry Neal recorded a 4.20 forty yard dash before my own eyes in a workout for the Miami Dolphins in 1996.

Who are the top 5 best football players of all time?

Kansas City

  • Los Angeles Rams
  • Seattle
  • New England
  • New Orleans
  • Baltimore
  • Indianapolis
  • San Francisco
  • Carolina
  • New Orleans
  • Who is the fastest person in football ever?

    Bob Hayes is the fastest player in NFL history. At the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Hayes won the 100 meter and broke the existing World Record with a time of 10.06 seconds. He also won a second gold medal in the 4 x 100 meter relay, which also produced a new World Record (39.06 seconds).

    Who was the fastest football player ever in the NFL?

    Donte Jackson and Curtis Samuel both deserve a shout, but Christian McCaffrey had the fastest NGS time on the Carolina Panthers. Last season, he topped out at 21.95 mph on an 84-yard touchdown run against the Jacksonville Jaguars. McCaffrey put together an All-Pro campaign in 2019, racking up 1,387 yards and 15 scores on the ground.

    Who was the tallest professional football player ever?

    Richard Ellis Sligh was the tallest player in the history of professional football. At 7 feet tall, Sligh is the only NFL player with 7 feet height.