Griffin's time, coming just one day after he stunned everyone - including himself - by posting 20 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press Saturday while using a prosthetic on his left hand, has transformed himseld into one of the stars and most inspiring players of the combine.
On Sunday, Griffin clocked the fastest ever time by a linebacker in the 40-yard dash, stopping the clock at 4.38 seconds, way faster than the historical average for outside linebackers, which stood at 4.68 seconds.
By Sunday afternoon, he was the talk of Indianapolis.
NFL Media's Ian Rapoport spoke with one NFL coach who believes UCF LB Shaquem Griffin is now a fourth-round pick. Here are a few scouting reports. When I first started training, I was doing 11 reps, and usually, when you train with guys who bench a lot, they might add three or four reps.
After putting together one of the more impressive combines in 2018, Griffin without a doubt has upped his draft stock.
Speed has always been one of Griffin's main assets and he won an athletics scholarship to the University of Central Florida alongside his twin brother, before they both switched to college football.
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Griffin has shown time and time again that he isn't going to let his physical limitations keep him from realizing his dreams.
Stanford's Jon Alston had the previous best time for a linebacker in the 40, at 4.40 in 2006, the first year ESPN Stats & Information began documenting 40 times at the combine. "I didn't know I had it in me, but it came out [Saturday]".
After his NFL Combine workout, that goal may become a reality.
Griffin, who lost his left hand at 4 because of amniotic band syndrome, put up three more reps than his twin brother, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin, did past year. I want to show National Football League teams that, whatever you need help at, I'm the player. "So it felt good to throw up 20 and show I can do way more than five". "Productive and performed well at the combine". The conversation has shifted a bit from Griffin being a core special teams player to now potential off-ball linebacker. "Played well against high level competition".
Griffin finished the 2017 season with 74 tackles, which included 13 tackles for loss and seven sacks.
"That was an incredible feeling, and it makes you enjoy it that much more".