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Jahan Dotson Runs a 4.43 In 40-Yard Dash at NFL Combine

It wasn’t quite the performance Jahan Dotson had hoped for.

At the NFL combine, some, such as NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah, expected the Penn State standout to run his 40-yard dash in the 4.3’s.

Although Dotson didn’t quite get there, he wasn’t too far off, finishing with a time of 4.43, which places him seventh amongst receivers who have run in Indianapolis. He ran a 4.47 in his second 40 time.

Dotson’s time was initially clocked at 4.41, but afterward was scaled back to 4.43.

Dotson also finished with a vertical jump of 36.00 and had a broad jump of 10’1”.

Dotson, who finished his Penn State career fourth on the schools all-time receiving list and second in receptions, is expected to go either late in the first round or early in the second round. He’s currently the 28th-ranked player on ESPN draft guru Todd McShay’s list.

 

Note: This story has been updated from its original version, which had Dotson’s 40-yard dash time as 4.41.

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