Watch Georgia football star Jordan Davis blaze a 4.82 in the 40 at 341 pounds

Jordan Davis, Georgia Bulldogs. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images)
Jordan Davis, Georgia Bulldogs. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images) /

Check out Georgia football star Jordan Davis run a 4.82 40 at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Jordan Davis must really love Indianapolis, as the Georgia football star just ran a 4.82 40 while at 341 pounds weeks after winning a national title at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Davis was a unanimous All-American and took home the Bednarik and Outland in his senior season at Georgia. Though he did not play every defensive snap for the Dawgs, he became a legend in Athens. As Clarke County figures out to erect a statue in his likeness in the middle of Five Points to conduct traffic like he did the Redcoats band, the guy just made first-round draft money.

Ladies and gentlemen, let the big Dawg eat!

Jordan Davis runs the most impressive big man 40-yard dash you will ever see

There is greatness in all of us, but when you exude it as prolifically as the Dawgs’ star defensive lineman from Charlotte does, you become a larger-than-life figure. As Timothée Chalamet prepares for his Oscar-winning role for Best Actor in The Mailman: The Stetson Bennett Story, who on earth is going to play the man, the myth, the legend that is Mr. Davis? He will destroy The Academy.

When Davis chased down that poor Blazer in the UAB game, we knew. We all knew. Thankfully, the rest of the football world now understands what a magnificent athletic specimen Davis is. More importantly, he becomes an immediate fan favorite in his new NFL city because of his personality. There has never been a Football Shaq, but you would be foolish to never say never.

Ultimately, Davis 100 percent cracks the top-32. Yes, he was going to anyway, but his accolades and proven track record at Georgia plus his blazing 40 at the combine makes that a certainty. Could he get into the top-16? That remains to be seen. Either way, Davis is fortunate enough that he will be coming off the board at the right time in the draft to go to a winning football franchise.

The only way he would have run a faster 40 is if he was allowed to run in his trusty camo Crocs.

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