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Old 02-24-2013   #18
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Default WR T.Austin & WR M.Goodwin run 4.25 forty times

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ring-40-times/

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Austin ran a 40-yard dash in an unofficial time of 4.25 seconds. If that holds up when all of the official times come in, it will be the second-fastest in the history of the NFL Scouting Combine, second only to Chris Johnson’s 4.24.

Except that just a couple minutes after Austin turned in his 40 time, Texas receiver Marquise Goodwin equaled it with a 4.25-second 40-yard dash of his own. Goodwin, who was in the Olympics last year as a long jumper, said before the Combine that he thought he could break Johnson’s record.
This has to be one of the faster WR groups this year. These are "unofficial first attempts on 40 times below.
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Austin, Tavon West Virginia 4.25 u
Goodwin, Marquise Texas 4.25 u
Robinson, Denard Michigan 4.34 u
Stills, Kenny Oklahoma 4.34 u
Wheaton, Markus Oregon St. 4.34 u
Fuller, Corey Virginia Tech 4.37 u
Patterson, Cordarrelle Tennessee 4.37 u
Boyce, Josh TCU 4.38 u
Davis, Marcus Virginia Tech 4.40 u
Hunter, Justin Tennessee 4.41 u
Wilson, Marquess Washington St. 4.41 u
King, Tavarres Georgia 4.43 u
Sampson, Lanear Baylor 4.43 u
Goard, Tyrone Eastern Kentucky 4.44 u
Rogers, Da'Rick Tennessee Tech 4.44 u
Smith, Rodney Florida St. 4.44 u
Spadola, Ryan Lehigh 4.44 u
Swope, Ryan Texas A&M 4.44 u
Woods, Robert USC 4.44 u
Harper, Chris Kansas St. 4.46 u
Patton, Quinton Louisiana Tech 4.46 u
Williams, Terrance Baylor 4.46 u
Bonner, Alan Jacksonville St. 4.47 u
Hamilton, Cobi Arkansas 4.47 u
Harrison, Mark Rutgers 4.47 u
Mellette, Aaron Elon 4.47 u
Bailey, Stedman West Virginia 4.50 u
Hopkins, DeAndre Clemson 4.50 u
Johnson, Darius SMU 4.50 u
Thompkins, Kenbrell Cincinnati 4.50 u

Pete Prisco ‏@PriscoCBS
All this speed by receivers could be costing Mike Wallace some money

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