Devon Achane was expected to run one of the fastest 40-yard dash times at the NFL Combine this weekend, but he was ahead of the pack for running backs. The former Texas A&M running back ran an unofficial 4.32 on his 2nd attempt Sunday afternoon.

That’s the fastest time for any running back taking part Sunday. Alabama’s Jahmyr Gibbs ran a 4.36 while ECU’s Keaton Mitchell ran a 4.38.

Check out his run below:

Many hoped there’d be a 2 as the 2nd number for Achane’s sprint, which is still possible as times are made official. Regardless, Achane’s run exceeds expectations at 188 pounds.

Devon Achane’s draft outlook

Texas A&M is going to miss Achane dearly. The star running back was easily the Aggies’ top weapon last season and he could become a real weapon in the NFL. As of now, he’s expected to be drafted in the 3rd or 4th round by nature of the running back position, though he is considered to be a top 3 RB in the class. It’s worth noting his potential expertise as a return man could bump his stock as well.

We’ll see where Achane ends up at the end of April when the NFL Draft kicks off!