2022 NFL Scouting Combine: Kalon Barnes Comes 0.01 Seconds Close to Setting Combine Record

Kalon Barnes is the fastest defensive back in the history of the NFL combine, clocking an impressive 4.23 40-yard dash during Sunday's workouts. Let's have a look at the whole story to know the top 5 fastest 40-yard dash since 2003

Henry Ruggs

Ruggs had run a 4.27 at the 2020 combine and parlayed that performance into being the first receiver selected in the draft. The former Alabama standout caught 26 passes for 452 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie.

Dri Archer

On a day where many running backs and wide receivers ran fast times, Archer led the pack. His 4.26-second 40, per NFL.com, was the only recorded time under 4.3 seconds Sunday.

Chris Johnson 

Chris Johnson, more profoundly known as CJ2K, started to gain national attention when he suddenly burst onto the scene with East Carolina in the 2007 college football season. He has a record of 4.24 seconds in a 40-yard

Kalon Barnes

The latest hero of 40 dash from the year 2022. He's none other than Kalon Barnes. Barnes is just 0.1 seconds slower to beat the combined record. Kalon Barnes ended at 4.23 seconds.

John Ross III

The record-holder for the fastest 40 time at the NFL Scouting Combine since 1999, when an electronic clock was first used at the event, is John Ross III. In 2017, the wide receiver ran the 40-yard dash in a record-setting 4.22 seconds.

Tom Brady’s Dad Weighs In On His Son Leaving New England and Re-Locating to Tampa Bay : “That was our home for 20 years. The fans embraced Tommy, the city embraced Tommy”

Lamar Jackson Claps Back at Adam Schefter for Misquoting His Response From “The Shop” With LeBron James

NBA Fans Go Berserk on Spotting LeBron James Fan and NFL Super Bowl Winner at Lakers vs Warriors

Read More