His 5.0 40-meter dash translates to a time of 4.572 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
Around a 4.8
In the region of 8.76s.
I have been a Bear fan all my life. They didn't utilize the 100 Meter dash in the mid 1960's. I heard 9.8 in the hundred yard dash. He wasn't even the fastest on the team. Andy Livingston ran a 9.6..
He ran a 4.4 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.
He ran the forty yard dash in 2.2 seconds.
The athlete's 200-meter time would be 21.7(21.7728466) seconds.
He ran a 40 yard dash in the 4.5s