Fuller, Listenbee stand out in wideout group that lacks true burners

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The 2016 wide receiver group appears to have a distinct lack of speed compared to previous years, with only 10 prospects registering a sub-4.5 second time in the 40-yard dash on Saturday.

Will Fuller and Kolby Listenbee were on a whole other level compared to the rest of the group, running 4.32-second and 4.35-second times, respectively.

Listenbee's time was especially impressive considering he's still rehabbing from a hip injury.

Braxton Miller, who many considered to be a threat to register the fastest wide receiver time, disappointed by running a 4.5.

Several big-name wideout prospects, including Laquon Treadwell and Corey Coleman, opted not to run the drill.

Player College Time
Will Fuller Notre Dame 4.32 sec
Kolby Listenbee TCU 4.35 sec
Trevor Davis Cal 4.42 sec
Ricardo Louis Auburn 4.43 sec
Malcolm Mitchell Georgia 4.45 sec
Charone Peake Clemson 4.45 sec
Cody Core Mississippi 4.47 sec
Jordan Payton UCLA 4.47 sec
Marquez North Tennessee 4.48 sec
Sterling Shepard Oklahoma 4.48 sec
Josh Doctson TCU 4.50 sec
Leonte Carroo Rutgers 4.50 sec
Braxton Miller Ohion St. 4.50 sec
Keyarris Garrett Tulsa 4.53 sec
Chris Moore Cincinnati 4.53 sec
Johnny Holton Cincinnati 4.54 sec
Alonzo Russell Toldeo 4.54 sec
Mekale McKay Cincinnati 4.55 sec
Tajae Sharpe Massachusetts 4.55 sec
Aaron Burbridge Michigan St. 4.56 sec
Roger Lewis Bowling Green 4.57 sec
Michael Thomas Ohio St. 4.57 sec
D.J. Foster Arizona State 4.57 sec
Hunter Sharp Utah St. 4.58 sec
Tyler Boyd Pittsburgh 4.58 sec
Demarcus Robinson Florida 4.59 sec
Jalin Marshall Ohio St. 4.60 sec
Devon Cajuste Stanford 4.62 sec
Rashard Higgins Colorado St. 4.64 sec
Kenny Lawler Cal 4.64 sec
Cayleb Jones Arizona 4.65 sec
Bralon Addison Oregon 4.66 sec
Geronimo Allison Illinois 4.67 sec
Nelson Spruce Colorado 4.69 sec
D'haquille Williams Auburn 4.72 sec
DeMarcus Ayers Houston 4.72 sec
De'Runnya Wilson Mississippi St. 4.85 sec
Chris Brown Notre Dame DNP
Byron Marshall Oregon DNP
Rashawn Scott Miami DNP
Laquon Treadwell Mississippi DNP
Pharoh Cooper South Carolina DNP
Corey Coleman Baylor DNP