Minnesota cornerback Jalen Myrick ran his 40 in 4.28 seconds, making this year’s the first Combine at which two players have run faster than 4.3 seconds.
Here’s a look at the eight players who have broken 4.3 seconds in the last 12 years:
4.22 John Ross, 2017: The Washington receiver solidified his status as a first-round talent.
4.24 Chris Johnson, 2008: Johnson went on to have an outstanding career, with 9,537 rushing yards and counting.
4.26 Dri Archer, 2014: The Steelers took him in the third round of the draft, but he’s mostly been a disappointment.
4.27 Marquise Goodwin, 2013: Drafted by the Bills, he has shown flashes of big-play ability when not focusing on his first love, track and field.
4.28 Jacoby Ford, 2010: A fourth-round pick of the Raiders, Ford managed just 57 catches for 848 yards and three touchdowns in his four-year career.
4.28 Demarcus Van Dyke, 2011: A third-round pick of the Raiders, Van Dyke started just four games in his career.
4.28 J.J. Nelson, 2015: Nelson has 45 catches for 867 yards and eight touchdowns in two years with the Cardinals.
4.28 Jalen Myrick, 2017: There’s no guarantee Myrick will be drafted, but that 40 time should help.