Zedrick Woods runs fastest 40 of 2019 NFL Combine

INDIANAPOLIS — It be legit: The 2019 NFL Scouting Mix’s quickest player is Ole Miss safety Zedrick Woods.
Woods ran a 4.29-second 40-yard dawdle on Monday, topping Auburn cornerback Jamel Dean, who ran a 4.30 earlier within the day, for the ideal time within the event. Ohio Mutter’s Parris Campbell and UMass’ Andy Isabella, both huge receivers, tied for third region after running 4.31, respectively, on Saturday.
A 3-one year starter for the Rebels, Woods recorded 79 tackles, two interceptions and two compelled fumbles this previous season as a senior.
“To assemble a roster, he’ll have to shine on particular groups and play lights out as a tackler within the field,” NFL.com analyst Lance Zierlein writes of Woods in his combine profile.
Defensive backs bolt their 40s on the closing day of drills every body year, conserving the title of the event’s quickest player in doubt after varied gamers procure departed Indianapolis.
Final one year’s combine produced a crowded field on the head of the 40-yard dawdle chart. LSU’s Donte Jackson, Ohio Mutter’s Denzel Ward and Tulane’s Parry Nickerson tied for the ideal legit time at 4.32. Cincinnati Bengals 2017 first-round elevate John Ross, of Washington, holds the combine file time of 4.22.

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