his nfl official time was 4.37 . The fastest nfl watches had 4.32 and the slowest had him at 4.42 . they avg the times and made his official Pro-Day Time 4.37 . But... if The Oakland Raiders scout clocked him at 4.32 , then that means he ran 4.32 for Oakland. If the NY Giants scout clocked the same run at 4.42 , then he ran 4.42
for the NY Giants organization.
According to the Pro Football Hall of Fame web page, Rod Woodson ran the 40 yard dash coming out of college at 4.29 seconds.
Usain Bolt's current 4o yard dash time is 3.97.
Eli Manning's 40-yard dash time is 4.92.
40 yard dash/10 yard dash= 4 What ever the time you got for the ten yard, you multiple it by 4. It could be an average of your running time per 10 yard dash. Sometimes for several runners, they would feel worn out by the time when reaching the 40 yard mark.
He ran a 40 yard dash in the 4.5s
Jake Plummer's 40 yard dash time is 4.76 seconds. He is in the Air Force.
His time at the combine prior to his rookie season was a 4.64 seconds 40 yard dash.
A 10 yard dash time is really not a good judge of your speed, the distance is too short. A 40 yard dash is what you need to get a good estimate of your abilities. but I'll give you time for both 40 yard dash-between 5-5.8 seconds 10 yard dash-between 1.3-1.5 seconds
the time took for the 20 yard dash ( run )
You can't. It would be like extrapolating a marathon time from a mile time.
His 5.0 40-meter dash translates to a time of 4.572 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
A reliable way to convert a hand-held 100-yard time to an electronic 100-meter time is to multiply the hh-time by 1.103. Therefore, 10.2 in the 100-yard dash time equates to an 11.25 100-meter dash time. Also, to convert an electronic 100-yard dash time to an electronic 100-meter dash time, multiply the first time by 1.088. For example, a 10.20 electronic 100-yard time equates to an 11.10 electronic 100-meter dash time.