Fastest in the field

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  1. baba ganoush

    baba ganoush Veteran

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    as of now since jerome mathis is injured...who is the fastest player on the texans roster??? i think its either AJ, Drob or PBuh...
     
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    pbuc is the fastest, then Johnson, then D-Rob
     
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    Fastest on a motorcycle or on foot?
     
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    Hmm I thought Kendrick Starling was the next fastest on the team after Mathis?
     
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    Philip Buchanon had a 4.31 -- NFL.com

    AJ was in the 4.3's (if I recall a 4.34 or so with a report from the track guys of having run as fast as 4.27) -- NFL.com

    "Won the Big East indoor 60-meter title and the outdoor 100-meter dash title in 2002." AJ looks like he is slower over the 1st few yards but gets to a higher top speed IMO.

    Dunta Robinson had a 4.34 -- NFL.com
     
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    Mathis - Pbuc-AJ
     
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    Mathis > P-Buc > A.J.
     


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    I'd have to say Todd Wade. :thankyou:
     
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    "McKenzie came to Arizona State from Glendale (Ariz.) Community College, where he earned first-team All-America honors by the NJCAA and was selected second-team All-America by JC Gridwire as a sophomore in 2002. He was the Region I Player of the Year and Region MVP on defense and was nominated for Junior College Player of the Year honors that season. "Chris is the fastest football player I've ever seen," says Glendale College head coach Joe Kersting. "He may be the fastest player in football on any college level. We have timed him in the 4.1s in the 40-yard dash."
    http://www.nfl.com/draft/profiles/2005/mckenzie_chris
     
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    Exactly. The bolded part I had for my sig for a little bit too :redtowel: I think he could make an impact at corner because of his jumping ability and speed, but I think he could be a good replacement while Mathis is out.
     
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    Yeah! I think Todd Wade had 3.2 10yds.:whistle:
     
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    :challenge :challenge :challenge


    Anyone else not believe this?
     
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    Just a quick FYI. Walter has been clocked under 4.4 (I believe about 3.8) in the 40 as well. so we have 3+ speedy receivers on the squad.
     
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    Got any kind of source for that?

    His NFL.com prospect profile gives his pro-day result at 4.56.
     
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    NFL.com also has P-Burnt with a 39¾-inch arm length. Are you kidding me? How can he run a 4.31 with his knuckles dragging the ground? Just another reason why I take these workout numbers with a pinch of salt between my cheek & gums.
     

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