Dylan Hazen is more than just a time.
The College Park linebacker ran the fastest time at the Rivals combine in Houston clocked by a laser at 4.566 in the 40-yard dash. That's over 1,500 athletes.
"I knew I was going to run a good time," the 6-foot-1, 210-pound defender said. "I had been hand-timed under a 4.4 at my high school. When I saw the top performers at the combine, I thought – hold up – that's my name."
"I think I could have had a better three-come drill and pro-shuttle time, but I just kept sliding on the turf."
Ok, so he had a great time – a combine-kid, right? Wrong.
Number 1: Tommy Brockermeyer, All Saints Episcopal - Offensive Tackle
The son of former NFL and University of Texas All-American tackle Blake Brockermeyer, Tommy Brockermeyer's athletic genes run ankle deep. At 6'6", 285, Brockermeyer is your prototypical future offensive tackle, and with another year of high school still on the docket, he has the potential to leave Fort Worth ready to contribute from day one, at whatever school he chooses. Being the son of a former Longhorn football player, many have already called Tommy a lock to ink with Texas, though schools like Clemson, Alabama, Auburn and LSU are still lurking around looking to poach Brockermeyer from the in-state Longhorns. The 5-star offensive tackle is still likely to end up in Austin, but Dabo Swinney is likely to give Tom Herman a hard run for the nation's premier offensive linemen.