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Manziel has fastest 40 times among early QBs

Posted Feb 23, 2014

Johnny Manziel had the fastest unofficial time among group of quarterbacks who have completed the 40-yard dash in Sunday’s NFL Combine drills.



Johnny Manziel had the fastest unofficial time, 4.56 seconds, among group of quarterbacks who have completed the 40-yard dash in Sunday’s NFL Combine drills. The Texas A&M prospect beat his first time of 4.63 seconds, the second-fastest time among the morning’s group.

Top quarterback draft prospect Teddy Bridgewater was present but did not run, despite saying he would on Friday.

The following are the unofficial 40 times (first attempt, second attempt) from Indianapolis:

Blake Bortles (Central Florida): 4.81, 4.88
Tajh Boyd (Clemson):  4.75, 4.84
Derek Carr (Fresno State): 4.68, 4.65
David Fales (San Jose State): 4.94, 5.03
Jimmy Garoppolo (Eastern Illinois): 4.93, 4.95
Jordan Lynch (Northern (Illinois): 4.72, 4.72
Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M): 4.63, 4.56
Jeff Matthews (Cornell): 5.22, 5.22
A.J. McCarron (Alabama): 4.94, 4.91

UPDATE:

Official Combine times placed Manziel fourth among quarterbacks with a time of 4.68 seconds. The following are the official results of the 40-yard dash among quarterbacks:

1. Logan Thomas (Virginia Tech): 4.61
2. Stephen Morris (Miami-FL): 4.63
3. Connor Shaw (South Carolina): 4.66
4. Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M): 4.68
5. Derek Carr (Fresno State): 4.69
6. Jordan Lynch (Northern Illinois): 4.76
7. Tajh Boyd (Clemson): 4.84
8. Bryn Renner (North Carolina): 4.87
9. Blake Bortles (Central Florida): 4.93
10. A.J. McCarron (Alabama): 4.94
11. Dustin Vaughan (West Texas A&M): 4.95
12. Jimmy Garoppolo (Eastern Illinois): 4.97
13. Tom Savage (Pittsburgh): 4.97
14. David Fales (San Jose State): 4.99
15. Keith Wenning (Ball State): 5.00
16. Jeff Matthews (Cornell): 5.26

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