DT Calijah Kancey runs second-fastest 40 at NFL mix since 2003

Rumble, huge man, rumble,

Defensive tackles are usually identified extra for brutish power quite than brisk velocity, however often, a hefty lineman reminds people that NFL athletes are a special breed. 

Former Pittsburgh DT Calijah Kancey did simply that Thursday on the NFL mix, posting the second-fastest 40-yard sprint for a participant at his place since 2003 with an astonishing 4.67. 

So simply who is that this blazing behemoth?

At 6-foot-1, 281 kilos, Kancey was Pitt’s first unanimous All-American since Rams DT Aaron Donald, and completed his redshirt junior season as an Outland and Nagurski Trophy finalists, in addition to College Football Network’s National Defensive Tackle of the Year. 

Ironically, Kancey’s 4.67 40-time was 0.1 second quicker than Donald’s 4.68 in 2013.

Kancey led all inside defensive linemen with 14.5 tackles for a loss this previous season, whereas including 7.5 sacks. 

Former NC State lineman Mario Williams sits forward of Kancey on the all-time leaderboard for gamers not less than 280 kilos, with a 4.66 time in 2006. 

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