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Breaking: NAIA football player runs a 4.19 forty and jumps 45 inch vertical at Regional Combine

img_7587.jpgA player by the name of Wendall Williams from the University of Cumberlands just broke the Regional Combine record in two categories.

He had a 4.19 forty yard dash and jumped a  45 inch vertical at the Regional Combine held in Minnesota today. Williams is from Syracuse, NY and is a track and field kid. He is a speedster.

Williams was a track and field star who won the NAIA national championship in the long jump and was fourth in the country in both the 100 meters and 200 meters, so there’s little doubt that he’s a phenomenal athlete.

He also put up phenomenal numbers on the football field: He was an NAIA All-American while averaging 30.5 yards per catch (with eight touchdowns), 32.4 yards per kickoff return (with three touchdowns), 23.5 yards per punt return (with one touchdown) and 17.6 yards per carry (with three touchdowns). Williams is 5’10 and 170 pounds, so he may need to add a few pounds, but there is no doubt the kid can fly. 

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