One thing that most NFL fans know is that Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill is fast.
He is nicknamed “the cheetah” for a reason.
By many accounts, Hill is the fastest receiver in the NFL, and he has a background in track and field.
Well on Saturday, Hill showed off his speed at a track and field event.
He ran in the 60-meter dash and blew the rest of the competition away.
Tyreek Hill just WON men's 60m at USATF Masters Indoor Championships 🤯
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 11, 2023
This is pretty wild. Jogging at the end, still way in front. https://t.co/9Dtll6Ah0S
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 11, 2023
While in college, Hill was a part of the track and field team at Oklahoma State University.
In 2014, he was even the Big 12 champion in the 200-meter dash.
Yet, all NFL fans are happy that Hill made the transition to football.
He ran track in college it’s not like he was just a football player
— david (@Davidlemke15) March 11, 2023
In the NFL, Hill is far more than just a speed demon.
He wins all over the field and has developed into one of the best players in the NFL.
When he was traded to the Dolphins, many people wondered if he would be as productive without Patrick Mahomes.
All he did last season was set a career-high in receptions (119) and receiving yards (1,710).
He was named first-team All-Pro for the fourth time in his career.
So, to see him leave these other non-pro athletes in the dust was not a surprise to many.
By a lot I’m not even shocked his nickname is literally cheetah
— G VEDO (@slimevedo) March 11, 2023
Never bet against Tyreek Hill
— Andrew Edling (@AEDLING) March 11, 2023
Fastest receiver on the league
— Augs (@LiccMyNuts) March 11, 2023
— THICKEST SKIN IN THE GAME (@OldSkool_Rick) March 11, 2023
Hill has not missed a step with his speed despite getting older.
Expect to see him as one of the most dominant receivers in the NFL for many years to come.NEXT: Steve Smith Reacts To Panthers Big Draft Trade