Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by Hooker, Feb 27, 2013.
back of my office in 20 minutes
You know once he gets there, he will never leave, right ?
I ran a 7.32 60 yard dash in a tryout for baseball, but never ran the 40. I suppose it'd be around 5 in the 40 yard dash then.
4.7 senior year in HS, was better at gassers (200 yds, not meters) I want to say backs and receivers had to run sub 40 and I was always around the 35-36 mark
On my way, I will be there in 5
Are we still talking about a race here guys? TMI.
As for speed, I'm slow. Lol never timed it to see just how slow.
Is there a place near you hooker that does official 40 time?
If so I can find one here, you gamed little man?
mine was a 4.56 i have a buddy who can run it in like a 4.49 or something like that
Also sounds like a G2G camp ground contest lol
Right now at 38 years old, a 4.9
ran hand clocked 4.48 and 4.49 at a college camp going into my senior year of high school and ran hand clocked 4.51's-4.55's all the way through college....that would translate out to about a 4.6 using the accutrack at the combine
Junior 220 d-tackle, I ran a 5.2 last year. I want a 5.0 this year
I would run hand timed 40's for football (played receiver and safety) in the 4.7 range. I think there is some hot air up in this thread... Lol.
We are clocking these in hours right??????
Let's start a thread on our salary range...... :D This 205lb white boy is probably the slowest guy in his 20's from this forum. Maybe 30's and 40's too. :D
^This. Even when I was younger I was slow and the politically correct term of my era was 'Husky'...
I better go get my hip boots, its getting a little deep in here!
You guys realize most NFL receivers run 4.5's, right? Laser times that is.
Add .2 or .3 to any hand timed 40 you ever ran to get a better comparison to an electronic timed 40.
It is according to what is chasing me!!
They thought they ran a a 30.
Hooker are we doing this or what? Buckeye I'll take your slow white *** on also.
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