Myles Garrett stuns Combine with incredible leaps, fast 40 time

Posted March 06, 2017

If recording 32.5 sacks 48.5 TFLs in three seasons wasn't enough, Myles Garrett continues to improve his draft stock with an impressive weekend at the NFL Combine.

Garrett measured in at 6-foot-4 and 272 pounds, a prototypical physical specimen. It was the first time a 270-pound defensive lineman recorded a vertical leap of 40 or more inches since Mario Williams in 2006. He said he was meeting with the Browns later in the day, and would apologize for it. If the time is confirmed, Garrett ran faster than the top quarterbacks in this year's draft class.

A 41-inch vertical is simply unreal, and ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay was also clearly impressed. Over the next two months, the main question likely will be whether they keep it and pick Garrett, or whether they trade it to a team that will.

The Browns obviously need a quarterback, but probably won't be able to pass on the consensus best player in the draft.

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Garrett, asked why he'd be worthy of such a distinction, said he's a game-changer.

Garrett lived up to what he planned to do on Sunday.

It shouldn't come as much of a surprise that defensive ends Myles Garrett and Carl Lawson performed as well as they did at the NFL Combine this weekend. Rarely do you have a consensus "best player in the draft" type of player, but Garrett appears to be that guy for 2017.