One of the most-anticipated moments of the NFL Combine is coming up on Monday morning, as LSU DB Donte Jackson will run the 40-yard dash.

Many think Jackson has a chance to beat Washington WR John Ross’s record of 4.22 seconds, set last year.

Jackson thinks he has a chance, too, but he’s not freaking out on the eve of his big run, according to comments he made on Sunday (via

“That’s just the competitive nature in me. I’m going to get out of the bed, and I’m going to be ready to run and go beat it,” Jackson said during his Sunday press conference at the combine. “I’m very confident. I don’t feel any pressure to run fast. I’ve been running fast my whole life.”

Right now, Jackson’s former teammate — LSU WR D.J. Chark — holds this year’s top time, completing the run in 4.34 seconds.

If Jackson can’t at least beat that time, it’ll be a disappointment, and Chark will hold bragging rights as the two ex-Tigers head into the NFL ranks.