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Author Topic: Taylor Mays just ran an unofficial 4.24  (Read 517 times)
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« on: Mar 02, 2010 at 11:38 »

I have to say that he iseasily the best physical specimen of the DB's. If only he changed direction half as well as he runs in a straight line. Anyway, someone is gonna be really impressed, and he may creep up into the top 15. Maybe he pushes McClain down to us.
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 02, 2010 at 11:45 »

I have to say that he iseasily the best physical specimen of the DB's. If only he changed direction half as well as he runs in a straight line. Anyway, someone is gonna be really impressed, and he may creep up into the top 15. Maybe he pushes McClain down to us.

That'd be sweet.  How did Reshad Jones look?  He's piqued my interrest lately.
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« Reply #2 on: Mar 02, 2010 at 12:30 »

I have to say that he iseasily the best physical specimen of the DB's. If only he changed direction half as well as he runs in a straight line. Anyway, someone is gonna be really impressed, and he may creep up into the top 15. Maybe he pushes McClain down to us.

That'd be sweet.  How did Reshad Jones look?  He's piqued my interrest lately.

He looked good in the drills. Pretty fluid.

By the way, the official time on Mays was 4.43, which is still the fastest time posted by any DB, but not quite as sexy as 4.24.
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