If you didn't know before, Parris Campbell can fly.
The Buckeye speedster blazed a 4.31-second 40-yard dash, good for the fastest time at the combine so far and tying Curtis Samuel for the fastest combine time in Ohio State history.
Campbell was originally clocked at 4.32 seconds unofficially, but his time was later adjusted.
With a sub-4.4 time, Campbell becomes just the 10th Buckeye player ever to run the 40-yard dash in less than 4.4 seconds at the NFL Combine.
Campbell ran an unofficial 4.37 on his second attempt, which is still faster than any other time at the combine besides Georgia's Mecole Hardman's unofficial 4.36.
The show of speed continued an already impressive performance at the combine for Campbell. He showed off his explosiveness earlier in the day with a 40-inch vertical jump and an 11-foot-3 broad jump.
And Campbell went on to dominate in the receiver drills, running smooth and catching everything.
He could see himself shooting up the draft boards after this performance.