In partnership with CBSSports.com
We aren't just committed to college football; we're early enrolling in it.
Where the madness isn't just in March.
You have no favorite boards.
The most viewed topics.
The most replied to topics.
The most up-voted topics.
The most down-voted topics.
The most up-voted posters.
The most down-voted posters.
The most followed posters.
Says who? Have they raced on the field?
Are you now arguing against yourself?
Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken
No, I'm actually making my point that on or off the field does not matter. Since that race, Farmer has tore his ACL and Thomas has run a faster 100m. Moot.
I think Farmer was running a 10.2 in high school
Fastest time is listed...10.4
Agreed. While his straight line speed is elite, someone could put up a better 40 time. It's his burst and acceleration in and out of cuts that nobody can compare to. As you said, football speed.
Speed is speed. Lateral quickness is lateral quickness.
list should be called "fastest track runners who play football"
You are a troll. Nobody is this stupid
And DAT ran a 10.31 a few weeks ago, injury prone Farmer is no longer faster than DAT.
Your claim that you can assess the fastest player without times or a scale is the only thing stupid.
Yep, as noted on the video since DAT is ahead on Farmer on it.
equally as stupid is comparing these guys' HIGH SCHOOL track times. Gtfo here with this sh!t.
Enter NoVa. He claims a 4.38 in Florida is faster than a 4.38 in Boulder, CO.
Butch Jones. Who???
The vast majority run track in college. Whether H.S. or not, they are official electronic times. No time is more than two years old. So, no, not stupid at all.
Dat went from 10.65 to 10.31 in one year.
Wind aided written all over this.
Technically, he has an argument considering altitude in Florida vs Colorado.
really?? how often do they run 100 yards straight on the football field? ... or just 100 yards in general? your "scale' is as irrelevant as this thread is retarded.
except it would be backwards. higher altitude would make someone slower, not faster.
Actually, it's not but nice try though.
Okay, solid retort. You must have down syndrome, no other way anyone could possibly be so stupid.
Thinner air at higher altitudes. But the kid I was referring to is only from there. He had been at Nebraska for two years
Right, I was just responding to the retard saying Nova would have an argument because of altitude. He would actually have less of an argument if you're comparing CO altitude to FL.
Thinner air increases speed. Or better yet, less wind resistance so he's technically right.
247Sports In partnership with CBS Sports