Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Parris Campbell, who is seen as potentially the fastest receiver in the 2019 NFL Draft, ran a ridiculous 4.32 on his first attempt of the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine on Saturday.
Campbell's time of 4.32 is the fastest of the wide receivers currently and tied for the second fastest Buckeyes' time ever.
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He had a great campaign for the Buckeyes in 2018, racking up 1,063 yards and 12 touchdowns, which already made him a high-ranking WR prospect heading into the draft. Campbell's stock has been hurt a bit due to drop problems, but at 6-0 and 205 pounds, his size and speed combination will attract many teams.
Campbell certainly had some extra motivation heading into the 40-yard dash as he was not listed as one of the fastest players in college football last summer. He even has a custom T-Shirt making fun of this list -- too bad he didn't wear it during this run.
If he remains the fast wide receiver at the combine, don't be surprised if Campbell starts rocketing up draft boards.