Onterio McCalebb Broke Chris Johnson's NFL Combine Record in the 40 with a 4.21 [UPDATE]

By Jason McIntyre

Onterio McCalebb, the speedster from Auburn, ran a 4.27 40-yard dash in his first effort, then followed up with this unbelievable 4.21, which if it holds, would be a new Combine record. Chris Johnson of the Titans holds the record for fastest 40 at the Combine with a 4.24.

[UPDATE: It didn’t hold. The “official” time was just announced: a 4.34. Chris Johnson’s record still stands.]

McCalebbb, a slight 5-foot-10, 168-pound returner for the Tigers, is still probably a late round pick who could be used situationally on offense in addition to on special teams.

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