It was funny when people actually thought Manningham's stock ever dropped, but just in case, he ran a 4.38 during his pro-day showing in Ann Arbor. Hart didn't run the 40 to improve his 4.6 time, but he did great in other drills. I love his quote on the 40 though: Exactly correct. This is why Manninham shouldn't have even re-ran the 40, but he knows how fickle NFL scouts are and how easily they can be wowed with a 40 time regardless of production- or lack thereof in college. (ahem - Chris Henry) Mike Hart is a baller. The 2nd best (by the numbers) back in the country, and 2nd best by my count that'll end up in the 2nd or 3rd round because of a sprint. A straight line that he nor McFadden will see on a football field on sunday. (by the way, the back I have above Hart is NOT McFadden.) This also brings up why I'm not high on Sweed. Ok, so he's faster than we thought. But is he a ball player? His numbers don't back up his 40 time. And fortunately they don't have a durability test in the combine or Sweed nor Hart would have made it. But Hart in limited time has good numbers, Sweed however doesn't. And I'm not comparing wr with rb. I'm comparing athlete vs athlete. Football player vs football player.