Former LSU cornerback Greedy Williams kicked off his NFL combine with a blazing 4.37 official time in the 40-yard dash in Indianapolis on Monday morning.
Williams ran an unofficial 4.45 in his second attempt.
He tied for second among all defensive backs at the combine with Clemson's Mark Fields.
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Williams is largely considered a high first round prospect in the NFL draft by most analysts.
The Shreveport native started all 23 games he played at LSU, finishing with 8 interceptions. He led the SEC with a league-best six as a freshman in 2017.
Prospects often field out of the box questions while attending the NFL combine, and sometimes they respond with quirky anecdotes.
Defensive back players also participated in position drills and the vertical and broad jumps, but Williams dropped out of activities shortly after his 40-yard dash due to cramps.
I’ll be back for field work March 22nd❗️ https://t.co/892RWiLrpt— Greedy Williams ™️ (@G_Will29) March 4, 2019
Willams' impressive 40 time comes a day after former Tigers and youth football teammate Devin White wowed scouts with his 4.42 time in the 40.