NFL: One-handed Griffin sprints stunning 40-yard-dash at Combine

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Shaquem Griffin, appearing at the NFL Scouting Combine with a prosthetic arm, posted the fastest dash time for a linebacker since 2003.

One-handed Griffin sprints stunning 40-yard-dash at NFL Combine

Shaquem Griffin, appearing at the NFL Scouting Combine with a prosthetic arm, posted the fastest dash time for a linebacker since 2003.

Shaquem Griffin's impressive showing at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine continued on Sunday as he sprinted a 4.38-second 40-yard dash.

The former University of Central Florida star, who is missing his left hand, showed a stunning turn of pace and became the fastest linebacker to do so since 2003.

His performance comes one day after cranking out 20 reps in bench press testing at 225 pounds while using a prosthetic arm.

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Griffin is a versatile player who many scouts have projected to be used as an outside linebacker or a safety.

He was born with a deformed left hand that was amputated when he was four years old. If drafted, Griffin would be the first one-handed player in the NFL in the modern era.

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