The 40-yard dash is one of the most anticipated events of the NFL Draft Combine. Speed kills and the NFL is no different, especially in this age of pass-heavy offenses. That's why the eyes of every general manager are on the 40-yard dash every year at the Combine. Speed was in full supply this year, particularly among the NFL Draft receiver prospects. However, one wideout, Baylor's Tyquan Thornton, stood out in the crowd. Thornton ran an unimaginable 4.21 40-yard dash, breaking the previous record set by New York Giants wideout John Ross. Thornton's awe-inspiring speed drew plenty of reactions from the sports world, including from Ross, who reacted to Thornton's record on Twitter.

Ross had a 1-word reaction: Blazer. That's exactly what Tyquan Thornton is, as he was by far the fastest wideout in an NFL Draft Combine full of speedsters. Thornton averaged over 15 yards per reception while scoring 10 touchdowns for the Bears this past year. That 40-yard dash speed is enough to make others jealous, but don't expect that reaction from Giants wideout John Ross.

The Giants receiver said that people are crazy for thinking that he would be mad at the NFL Draft prospect for breaking his 40-yard dash record. If anything, Ross said that he's happy for Thornton.

And also impressed.