^ Didn't want to quote all of that, but I definitely appreciate the work. Ellington's 10yd split is a great example of a failing of the combine, IMO. His start looked clumsy and aweful, but that was likely his last time in a 3 pt stance. It's so "important" for us to compare 40 times across different positions, that we are testing acceleration out of a position that no one uses in the game. Ellington's acceleration off the snap of the ball is elite, but his 10 yd split fails to recognize that, likely because he did not acclimate well to a stance he never played in. 40 yards, and especially the first 10, is far too short of a distance for a bad start not to effect an athlete's time dramatically. I'm not convinced that his top end speed is anything special, but his acceleration, on the field, is up there with anyone in the class, IMO.