Devon Achane is in Indianapolis for the NFL Combine and has big plans for the weekend.

Saturday morning, the Texas A&M star met with the media to discuss some goals. Along with chasing the all-time 40-yard dash record held by John Ross, Achane also revealed that he will be doing some of the receiving drills on Sunday for teams to show his versatility.

“I don’t know man, we’re gonna see. Hopefully,” said Achane in reference to trying to beat Ross’ 4.22-second mark in the 40-yard dash. “That’s something that’s been a goal of mine, so I’ve been working very hard this offseason to achieve that goal so we’re gonna see.”

Achane also admitted he saw Michigan’s DJ Turner post a 4.26 official time in the 40 on Friday. That mark is currently the fastest at this year’s combine, but Achane is intent on leaving Indy as the fastest prospect in the draft.

“Of course I expect to run the fastest time,” Achane said. “I saw DJ Turner ran a 4.26. That’s very good. That’s just setting the bar, setting the standard. I can’t wait to go out there and show my speed on Sunday.”

Draft outlook for Achane

Achane played as a running back for Texas A&M and is listed at 5-foot-9 and 185 pounds, so proving he can be a versatile contributor will be important for his draft stock. He certainly has prospects as a return man at the next level but proving he can have an impact as a receiver would only improve things moving forward.

At the end of the day, teams are always looking for speed and players with an elite ability to make defenders miss. If Achane’s workouts go as planned at the combine, it’s possible he could make a push for Round 2-3 in April’s draft.

(H/T ProFootballTalk)