2010 NFL Combine Results: Trindon Holliday 4.34 40 Yard Dash

Results from the NFL Scouting Combine February 24 – March 2, 2010.

LSU’s Trindon Holliday (WR)

40 Yard Dash Time = 4.34
225lbs Bench Press (max reps) = 10
Vertical Jump  = 42 inches
Standing Long Jump = 9ft 8in
20 Yard Shuttle Time = 4.48 sec
60 Yard Shuttle Time = N/A
3 Cone Drill Time = 6.54 sec

Comparisons to 2008 can be found here.

Background info below:

I’ll be keeping an eye on these 5 fastest men during the upcoming NFL Football Combine as well as the NFL Draft.

In order of their relative track speed, they are:

Clemson’s Jacoby Ford (WR)

Jacoby Ford has a PR of 6.51 seconds for the 60-meter dash and a 10.01 in the 100m at the NCAAs in a qualifying heat.  He ran a reported time of 4.126 second 40 yard dash but that is questionable.  He is 5 ft 9 in and 175lbs.

LSU’s Trindon Holliday (WR)

Trindon Holliday’s PR of 10.00 from the 100 meters and 2009 NCAA Outdoor Champion raised a lot of eyebrows.   His personal best time for 60 meters is 6.54 seconds.  The only question is his durability being 5 ft 5 in tall and under 160 lbs.

Clemson’s CJ Spiller (RB)

CJ Spiller track resume includes 60 meters (6.67), 100m (10.22) and 200m (20.91).  He is the top pick for running backs in this year’s NFL Draft.

Cal’s Jahvid Best (RB)

Jahvid Best track personal bests are slightly slower than CJ Spiller (10.31 and 20.65 for 100/200m respectively).  Since I used to work in Berkeley and train at Cal’s Edwards stadium, he gets an honourable mention in this list.

USC’s Taylor Mays (FS)

Taylor Mays doesn’t have any track times to compare among the others, but in 2006, according to Pete Carroll of USC, he was clocked at 4.25 in the 40-yard dash.  In 2007, Mays ran an “electronically-timed” 4.32 40-yard dash, bench pressed 225 pounds 23 times, recorded a 41" vertical jump and an 11?4" standing long jump.  Impressive numbers

Jimson Lee

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I am a Masters Athlete and Coach currently based in London UK. My other projects include the Bud Winter Foundation, writer for the IAAF New Studies in Athletics Journal (NSA) and a member of the Track & Field Writers of America.
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