Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill showed off his outstanding speed by winning the 60-meter sprint at the USA Track and Field Masters Indoor Championships on Saturday.
Hill, widely considered the fastest player in the NFL, donned the speed suit from his alma mater, Coffee High School, and easily won the race in 6.7 seconds.
The four-time All-Pro was a track star in high school, winning two state championships. He was named an All-American in 2012 by USA Today.
Hill last ran for Oklahoma State in 2014.
His time of 6.7 seconds is four-tenths of a second off the world record mark of 6.34 seconds set by Christian Coleman in 2018.
Hill, however, owns the fastest recorded ball carrier speed by NFL Next Gen Stats – clocking 23.24 mph on a kick return during his rookie season in 2016.