That is, assuming he wore the right cleats...
|From Bleacher Report|
Not bad, right? Well, in his second he stepped it a notch and did even better--4.28! (okay, a small notch)
So winning a $100K could mean a lot more to him than some of the other guys.
UPDATE--His official best is 4.26 seconds; .02 off of the mark Chris Johnson set.