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Old 06-14-2004   #15
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Originally Posted by Fiddy
AJ's 40 at his workout was either a high 4.3 or a low 4.4, I know it wasnt 4.34, so Dunta might be faster.
AJ did not run at the combine, although here is a fun quote about his appearance:

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University of Miami wide receiver Andre Johnson turned heads when he weighed in at an incredible 230 pounds. And with nary any fat on him at all. The 6-feet-2 Johnson is a monster, a player who closely resembles Cardinals wide receiver David Boston in terms of overwhelming size. Scouts stopped and stared when he walked down a corridor on Friday afternoon. Johnson won't run here but he has already passed the eyeball test.
This doesn't give a specific time, but from PFW last year:

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Miamiís Andre Johnson and Michigan Stateís Charles Rogers solidified their status as the top two receivers in the draft with sub-4.3 40-times on some watches at their pro days. With a 41-inch vertical jump and better size (6-2, 230), Johnson has shown he is a better physical specimen than Rogers, who did not impress with a 37-inch vertical, 10-foot-1 broad jump and relatively slow shuttles (4.19 20-yard and 7.14 three-cone) that were below average when measured vs. Combine participants. However, Rogers is more polished as a receiver than Johnson is.
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