Washington Huskies wide receiver John Ross sets the NFL combine record, sprinting 40 yards in an astounding 4.22 seconds on Saturday in Indianapolis to cement his place at the top of April’s NFL draft.
Washington Huskies wide receiver John Ross sets the NFL combine record, sprinting 40 yards in an astounding 4.22 seconds on Saturday in Indianapolis to cement his place at the top of April’s NFL draft. Michael Conroy AP
Washington Huskies wide receiver John Ross sets the NFL combine record, sprinting 40 yards in an astounding 4.22 seconds on Saturday in Indianapolis to cement his place at the top of April’s NFL draft. Michael Conroy AP