It’s what led to dominance over the last decade … before the rest of college football caught up. The nation’s strongest league has several speed demons on the way in February, most being five-stars with limitless potential. Here are 10 of the fastest incoming prospects.
Speeds were taken from various recruiting services during electronic-timed Nike SPARQ or all-star events.
Derrius Guice, RB, Baton Rouge, La. (LSU) — 4.35
Damien Harris, RB, Berea, Ky. (Alabama) — 4.40
Kendall Sheffield, DB, Missouri City, Texas (Alabama) — 4.40
Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Jersey City, N.J. (Alabama) — 4.45
Christian Kirk, ATH, Scottsdale, Ariz. (Texas A&M) — 4.49
Kevin Toliver II, DB, Jacksonville, Fla. (LSU) — 4.50
Desherrius Flowers, RB, Mobile, Ala. (Alabama) — 4.50
Kerryon Johnson, ATH, Madison, Ala. (Auburn) — 4.50
Calvin Ridley, WR, Pompano Beach, Fla. (Alabama) — 4.51
Tyron Johnson, WR, New Orleans, La. (LSU) — 4.52