— Janel Klein (@JanelKlein) March 6, 2016
Being able to run a blazing 40-yard-dash at the NFL combine doesn’t mean one is set for a great pro football career, but it is still quite impressive. Before Saturday, the recorded record (an important distinction since Bo Jackson exists) was current Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson, who ran a 4.24 back in 2008. But now, CJ2K can now step aside as there is a new record holder: Wendall Williams.
Williams was a wide receiver and kickoff returner for NAIA University of Cumberland in Kentucky, and he now is the all-time leader for the fastest 40-time at the combine after running a blistering 4.19. To cap it off, he also had a 45-inch vertical leap, the best at either combine this year.