2021 NFL Combine - Fastest Pac-12 Players

Elite Pac-12 Athletes who boosted their Draft stock with blazing 40 yard dash times.

Photo: Darren Yamashita USA Today


Article by WestCoastCFB


Note: This list only includes players who were invited to the 2021 NFL Combine. Results from players who weren't invited to the combine are NOT included.


1. Simi Fehoko (Stanford WR) - 4.37


Simi Fehoko ran a ridiculously fast 40 yard dash given his size at 6-4 227. Fehoko finished his college career averaging 18.2 yards per catch which was a testament to the speed he possessed.


2. Paulson Adebo (Stanford CB) - 4.42


Paulson Adebo will likely be taken in the 2nd or 3rd round of the Draft after a great 40 time. Adebo is a long corner at 6-1 and should be an attractive option for NFL Teams wanting a gifted athlete who can cover big receivers.


3. Deommodore Lenoir (Oregon CB) - 4.44


Lenoir had a great career at Oregon and is a fast and physical corner who is great at contesting catches.


4. Thomas Graham (Oregon CB) - 4.45


The Ducks had quite the secondary in 2019 and Graham was a big reason for that earning PFF All-Pac-12 2nd Team.


5. Jevon Holland (Oregon) - 4.46


Holland projects as a Safety in the NFL and answered questions about his speed with an excellent 40 time of 4.46 seconds. At 6-1 196, Holland has excellent size to be a versatile NFL player who can cover a wide range of athletes.



5. Nahshon Wright (OSU CB) - 4.46


Nahshon Wright is one of the most exciting prospects in the Draft and his Pro Day performance should launch him up many Draft boards. Wright has extremely rare size as a 6-4 corner and with his speed he looks like a prototypical CB that the Seahawks would target.