He was a first round pick in the 1983 draft by the Washington Redskins where he would spend the rest of his 19-year career. He went on to break the record by posting a 4.22. Figurs was drafted in the third round by the Baltimore ravens, but bounced around teams and eventually fell out of the league. An 11 time Pro Bowler and six time All-Pro, Woodson was named the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year in 1993 after recording eight interceptions and 95 tackles. He had 4,837 yards receiving in his career to go with 35 touchdowns. Jacoby Ford was drafted by the Raiders in the fourth round in 2010. Law, who recorded a crucial pick-six in New England's upset victory over the Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, retied with 53 career interceptions. This next group doesn’t boast the same superstar names as the previous one does. Unfortunately, that was the peak of his career as injuries plagued the remainder. Goodwin is a former Olympic long jumper, and current receiver on the San Francisco 49ers. He started the season at the right cornerback spot and recorded 46 tackles, eight passes defensed and two forced fumbles. For his career, Branch pulled in over 8,600 yards of reception yards and scored 67 TDs. At 6'1" 227 lbs, Jackson was an unreal physical specimen. But it did, however, prevent the Cowboys from scoring the most points ever in a Super Bowl so there’s that, right? He also returned 9 punts for 60 yards, rushed for 154 yards, returned 45 kickoffs for 1,088 yards, and scored 45 touchdowns (44 receiving and 1 kickoff return). He finished his rookie season leading the entire league in average per reception with 19.4 yards. The arrival of Rashard Mendenhall is what ultimately pushed Parker out of Pittsburgh. He played 16 seasons for the Seahawks, Cowboys, Buccaneers, Patriots, Steelers, and Redskins. Have you seen videos of players celebrating too early and fumbling before they cross into the endzone or something similar? Jacoby Ford is a long and detailed resume as a track athlete. The game may never see another quarterback to do it like Vick did. "Night Train," quite simply, was way ahead of his time. Green reportedly recorded a time of 4.09 at the Washington Redskins’ training camp in 1986. Woodson, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame who retired with 71 interceptions, played in three Super Bowls with three different teams while helping the Ravens dismantle the Giants in Super Bowl XXXV. He already has over 3,100 receiving yards and has scored 17 TDs. Gault was a 110 meter hurdler and a member of a world record-setting 4 x 100 meter relay team, who would have gone to the 1980 Summer Olympics if the United States had not boycotted the event. After going undrafted in 2004, he earned a spot on the Pittsburgh Steelers where he was a backup his rookie season. His speed is a great fit for the CFL's wider and longer field. Blount, who retired with 57 career regular season interceptions, picked off three passes in Super Bowl competition that included two interceptions off of Hall of Fame quarterback, Roger Staubach. C.J. Johnson’s best year came in 2009 where he rushed for 2,006 yards and broke Marshall Faulk’s single season yards from scrimmage record with 2,509 earning him the nickname “CJ2K” and Offensive Player of the Year. His speed was unreal and that correlated in the Madden football video game in 2004 where Vick was basically a cheat code. What a disappointment Taylor Mays was. One of Dante Hall's nicknames said it all: The Human Torch...Watch out! His dash time of 4.15 was unofficial, and some even said he ran a 4.09 time at Washington's training camp in 1986. After a stellar career in New York that including helping the Jets to advance to consecutive AFC title games, Revis signed with New England in 2014 while helping the Patriots win their first Super Bowl in a decade. Mathis ran a 4.28 40-yard dash at the 2005 NFL combine. Guys have had great careers after blazing through the 40, and some have also disappeared not long after. Mcfadden was also drafted by the Raiders in 2008 with the fourth pick overall. He has been of numerous NFL rosters along with some stops in the CFL. Arguably the greatest receiver of all time, Randy Moss combined elite speed with size to make him an absolute nightmare for defensive backs. At the 2001 NFL Combine, Vick ran a 4.25 40-yard dash. He earned himself a third round pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers by posting such a blazing time. Is Michael Vick a Hall of Famer? In the final preseason game of that season, he tore his meniscus and would then jump around a few different teams, but not finding anything serious. Not only was he good for the first several years of his career, he continued to play at the highest level into his forties at a position that few make it into their mid-thirties. For his career, Routt has 188 tackles, 35 pass deflections, six interceptions, and 1 interceptions returned for a TD. The NFL did not start electronically timing the 40-yard dash until the 2000 combine to ensure that the times are precise. At the 2009 NFL Scouting Combine, Wallace finished second overall in the 40-yard dash with an official 4.33-second time. Through seven seasons, he ranks second in NFL history with 29.9 yards per kick return. The next week, Curtis caught seven passes for 128 yards and touchdown after burning DeAngelo Hall of the Atlanta Falcons.