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Harvard QB Aces Wonderlic

Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by BuckBackHome, Feb 27, 2005.

  1. bearonu

    bearonu 60% of the time, it works every time.

    I actually just received the press release e-mail from Hampton's Sports Information Director on Mathis' combine performance.

    For Immediate Release February 27, 2005

    Hampton’s Jerome Mathis Fastest Man At NFL Combine

    Indianapolis, Ind. – Former Hampton University wide receiver Jerome Mathis turned heads with his speed yesterday at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mathis not only had the fastest time to this point, but also what is believed to be the best in combine history at an electronically timed 4.32 seconds. Deion Sanders ran 4.28 in 1989, but his was hand-timed rather than the electronic times being registered this year. Mathis' hand-timed clocking was 4.25 according to longtime combine veterans Bill Parcells and Gil Brandt.
    Mathis was the fastest wideout at 4.32. Indiana’s Courtney Roby was next at 4.36 and South Carolina’s Troy Williamson was third at 4.38 Arguably the most explosive player in I-AA, Mathis led the country with an average of 35.5 yards per return and set an I-AA record with five kickoff returns for touchdowns. The senior wide receiver, who is also the two-time NCAA East Regional champion in the 200-meter dash, returned kickoffs of 91, 99, 92, 80 and 93 yards respectively, the last coming during Hampton’s first round playoff game against William & Mary where he accounted for a school record 394 all-purpose yards.
  2. Jake

    Jake Run the damn ball!

    Maybe there's something to being smart and playing QB, even if you're not the best athlete. Fitzpatrick will never be a Hall of Famer, but has anyone seen Vince Young lately?

    Last I saw he failed his audition to back up Fitzpatrick.

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