Former Notre Dame wide receiver Will Fuller was viewed as a potential first-round draft pick heading into the Combine, and he’s done nothing to change that perception.
Fuller ran a 4.32-second 40-yard dash, making him the fastest member of the first group of receivers. Fuller said heading into the Combine that he thought he’d run in the 4.35-second range, so he was actually a bit faster than his already impressive target time.
Last year, Notre Dame chose Fuller as its team MVP after he caught 62 passes for 1,258 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior. He also had a 1,000-yard sophomore season in 2014.
Fuller does have some question marks, including his hands (although he looked good catching passes in on-field drills) and his size (he measured at 6-foot-0, 186 pounds). But there are no questions about his speed.