Is there anything Jabrill Peppers can’t do?
He’s already playing both sides of the ball and a handful of positions along Michigan’s defense. Peppers recorded 151 total yards offensively and two touchdowns last season while racking up 194 punt return yards and 223 kick return yards. Defensively, Peppers racked up 45 total tackles and broke up 10 passes.
Peppers can now add elite speed and athleticism to his resume. Peppers posted on Twitter that he ran a 4.34-second 40-yard dash time during a workout Monday afternoon.
Clocked in at 4.34 today, shoutout the strength and conditioning staff?? #BigBlizzyBlue
— JP5 (@JabrillPeppers) June 27, 2016
That incredible time would have been the fourth-best at the 2016 NFL Combine and wasn’t far off Georgia running back Keith Marshall’s time 4.31 seconds, which was the best at the 2016 combine.
There’s no doubt Peppers is one of the best players in college football entering the 2016 season. But the do-it-all junior might not have even scratched the surface of his potential.