In case you missed John Ross' record-breaking 40 yard dash at the NFL Combine, you can watch that below. However, first, check out cornerback Kevin King's big numbers from Indianapolis! The Husky may have made his way into the first round, and potentially to the Seattle Seahawks at #26.
Doesn't get much better than this for Kevin King at the combine. Join the party. pic.twitter.com/CO0bm44CWx— LJ Chaney (@pacificscouting) March 6, 2017
Only 2 players total ran a sub-4.00 20-yard shuttle:— Joe Marino (@TheJoeMarino) March 6, 2017
Howard Wilson, CB, Houston-3.94
Kevin King, CB, Washington-3.89
Now, if you missed John Ross on Saturday, we don't blame you. He was FAST. Watch his run below then hear in the second clip why he did not wear Adidas. If Ross had run a 4.22 in Adidas shoes, he would have won an island. Ross wore Nike shoes instead.
John Ross response on why he didn't wear Adidas shoes and attempt to win island is FANTASTIC! 😂😂😂pic.twitter.com/Kz4G5jZT4k— TotalProSports.com (@TotalProSports) March 4, 2017
Sidney Jones, meanwhile, kept himself at the the top of NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock's cornerback rankings. "It's interesting because Washington plays a similar style to the Seattle Seahawks. They play a lot of that Cover 3, bail Cover 1 stuff. This kid was ideally suited for it," Mayock said. "Great ball skills. Most people like (Marshon) Lattimore better. I think he's got the instincts of a Marcus Peters. Not gonna run as fast as Lattimore, but 4.48 at 6-foot-plus is plenty...I think he's a playmaker."
Safety Budda Baker, who measured in at 5'10 and 180 lbs, ran a 4.45-second 40 yard dash, ranking No. 4 among safeties at the NFL Combine. NFL.com's Draft Profile currently compares Baker to former Indianapolis Colt great Bob Sanders.