The U.S. Army All-American Bowl pits the top high school football recruits in the country against each other in a game on January 5 in San Antonio, Texas. On the Friday before the game some of the top junior and sophomore football prospects in the country come and participate in a football combine.
The highlight of the combine in the laser-timed 40-yard dash. It is a chance for college coaches and scouts to get a verified look at just how fast these recruits really are.
There are no high school coaches with a quick trigger finger on a stop watch. The laser does not lie. The 40 at the U.S. Army Combine allows the top sophomore and junior football players in the country an opportunity to compare their speed to their peers.
This is a look at the top 40-yard times run at the U.S. Army Combine.