Tigers’ WR Schwartz blitzes pro day 40 … Okay so let the debate begin: who’s the fastest player in the 2021 draft. Georgia CB Eric Stokes laid down a marker on Wednesday when he was timed in under 4.3 seconds at the Bulldogs’ pro day with a reported low clocking of 4.25. Today, Auburn WR Anthony Schwartz replied with a reported time of 4.26 seconds. Which isn’t surprising as Schwartz is a world-class sprinter with a 100M best time of 10.15 seconds. However, the rest of Schwartz’ workout didn’t match his 40 time. He measured in at 6-0, 186 with relatively short arms (just 31.5 inches) and for some reason only managed a 32-inch vertical. And his production at Auburn also never matched his speed. Schwartz did have over 100 career receptions, but was never a deep threat as he barely averaged 11 yards per catch. In fact, Seth Williams remains the Tigers’ best wideout prospect. Williams measured in at a stout 6-3, 211 with longish (33.5 inch) arms and was timed in a 4.50 seconds for the 40, while positing an athletic 37-inch vertical. Meanwhile, veteran ILB K.J. Britt had an okay day as he posted a 4.75 second 40 and 24 reps in the BP after measuring in at 6-0.5, 235. On the other hand, safety Jamien Sherwood had to be disappointing with his day. He’s got the size at 6-1.5, 216 with 34-inch arms, but also clocked in the 4,75 range in the 40.