The Ole Miss pro day has been one of the most anticipated pre-NFL Draft workouts of the offseason.

A chance to see projected first-round WR Laquon Treadwell run the 40-yard dash was one of the big reasons.

That finally happened on Monday morning.

Treadwell ran twice, recording an unofficial 4.65 on the first try and 4.63 on the second try, via hand-timed sources on the SEC Network broadcast.

Have a look at both attempts:

So what does this mean?

First, a hand-timed 40-yard dash is typically faster than an electronic-timed 40.

So had these attempts been done at the NFL Combine, they like would have come in over 4.7 seconds.

That’s pretty slow for an NFL receiver.

But the good news for Treadwell is that straight-line speed isn’t necessarily a big part of his game. He still has fantastic ball skills, and is still likely a first round pick.