There’s always a debate of who is the NFL’s fastest player, and finally decided to figure it out once and for all.
Retired WR Chad Ochocino decided to put on an event where he would invite the league’s fastest men to have them face off against each other. The prize? One million dollars, and bragging rights of course.
Dubbed ’40 Yards of Gold’, the all-star race was held at the BB&T Center in South Florida Sunday.
After multiple rounds of head to head 40-yard dashes, 49ers WR Marquis Goodwin took home the crown as the NFL’s fastest player and the million dollar check.
Here’s the championship run from another angle:
Marquise Goodwin tops Donte Jackson by .05 seconds to win inaugural 40 Yards of Gold title. Absolutely electric. He wins the $1 million prize. pic.twitter.com/FPJWcGOGAO— David Furones (@DavidFurones_) June 30, 2019
Goodwin’s win shouldn’t come as a surprise, with the favorite having been an Olympic track star for the USA.