Tyreek Hill may legit be the fastest player in NFL history.
I mean, we always knew he was fast. Then he did this on Sunday night:
Patrick Mahomes & Tyreek Hill are recognized as a weapon of war by the UNpic.twitter.com/zYuhUjFYLD— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 15, 2018
(By the way, shoutout to those Patriots fans—classy as always.)
My man Duron Harmon runs a 4.51. He had four yards of cushion with which to grab an angle and it didn’t even matter. Tyreek smoked him like he was Vince Wilfork. Crazy speed.
But, um, Auburn freshman wide receiver Anthony "Flash" Schwartz ain’t scared.
When we racing🤔👀 @cheetah— Anthony Schwartz OLY (@anthony_flash10) October 16, 2018
Schwartz—an American Heritage (FL) product—recorded the nation’s fastest wind-legal time in the 100 this year at 10.09 seconds. That’s good for fourth all-time in U.S. prep track.
Game recognizes game and all, so, naturally, Hill’s down.
Link up ✌🏿 https://t.co/5yShNwVQA4— Ty Hill (@cheetah) October 18, 2018
Yo, FloTrack, can we stream this?