LSU cornerback Donte Jackson ran a 4.32 40-yard dash in his first attempt at the NFL Combine on Monday, which was the fastest time by any player at the event until Tulane's Parry Nickerson and Ohio State's Denzel Ward tied it.

Jackson ran a 4.37 in his second attempt.



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4.22 huh?? not even close
Reply3 months
He will hit 4.2 at pro day
Reply3 months
Guess he should have stretched prior to running.
Reply3 months
Seems like there is a lot of folks who are unhappy with him running a 4.3. That's motorcycle fast
Reply3 months
Donte Jackson with the Al Capone's vault of 40 times.
Reply3 months
Cy Bama always trying to come over here dog
Reply3 months
Too bad he sucks at tackling and covering receivers
Reply3 months
STFU
3 months
Too bad for u that Donte's annual salary once drafted will tackle and cover your salary like a boss. Why make yourself look like a fool with a post like that?? The dumb get dumber.
3 months
Pretty sure he only said he had a legitimate shot to break the record and was going to try to do so. Not an ego failure.
Reply3 months
Classic example of “underpromise and overdeliver.”
Reply3 months
I think you got that flipped.
3 months
Why didn't Lsu recruit the kid that went to tulane
Reply3 months
NAWLINS! baby. Throw in Chark and that's one fast state!!
Reply3 months
these dudes look weird without helmets
Reply3 months
Never heard of him
Reply3 months
I could never understand how he got beat so many times with this speed.
Reply3 months
A lot of acting goes into route running. If you’re a DB and you bite on a false route, you’re going to get beat no matter how fast you are. If Jackson works on his mental game, he’ll have a long career.
3 months
Which is why he'll be playing the slot guy a lot in the NFL
3 months
with his head not turned and getting beat deep he runs a 4.9 forty. Only kidding . kinda
Reply3 months
Oops!
Reply3 months
Big egos cause a lot of wind resistance
Reply3 months
So we can start calling Tulane SpeedU?
Reply3 months
So no contract?
Reply3 months
Donte move out of his lane a little and it look like he pulled up with a muscle strain. Probably could be sub 4.3 ifthose two factors are eliminated.
Reply3 months
No he would have definitely been sub 4.3. bad start and hitched at the end. Probably would have gave him exactly what Ross ran.
3 months
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