Terry McLaurin said he expected to run the 40-yard dash in 4.35 seconds at the NFL Combine.
He did just that, running a scorching 4.35 in his first attempt.
That number is the fifth-fastest time at the combine so far and puts McLaurin in elite company, becoming just the 11th player in Ohio State history to eclipse 4.4 seconds at the combine.
Terry McLaurin is getting in on the fun. 4.36 seconds, unofficially. pic.twitter.com/AO6UiqiwS7
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) March 2, 2019
Originally, McLaurin's time was clocked at 4.36, but was later adjusted to a hundredth of a second faster.
With McLaurin's time, Ohio State now has four of the top seven times so far at the combine with Parris Campbell leading the way at 4.31 and Johnnie Dixon coming in at 4.41.
More Buckeye speed could be on display later as Kendall Sheffield has yet to run, and is expected to run a sub-4.4 as well.