The little-known prospect who recently ran a hand-timed 4.19 40-yard dash joins the show to talk about his head-turning performance

By Chris Burke
March 10, 2016

Draft season is here, and for amateur scouts and forward-thinking fans alike, it’s time to study up with the On the Clock NFL Draft Podcast with Chris Burke, a weekly look at the prospects of the 2016 draft and the NFL teams most in need of their services.

This week, Wendall Williams, the little-known prospect out of University of the Cumberlands who recently ran a hand-timed 4.19 40-yard dash at an NFL regional combine in Minnesota, joins the show to talk about his head-turning performance and how he got himself on the radar of NFL talent evaluators. Then NFL writer Andrea Hangst calls in to discuss the Browns’ looming decision at the No. 2 pick in the draft and how the early hours of free agency might impact that decision.

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