INDIANAPOLIS, IN – FEBRUARY 28: Scouts look on as a player runs the 40-yard dash during the 2012 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 28, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Former Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell appeared to be the fastest man at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this weekend. The former Buckeyes’ star ran a 4.31 in the 40-yard dash.Campbell has been topped, though. An SEC defensive back has taken the title of “fastest man” at the NFL Combine.Former Auburn defensive back Jamel Dean has officially ran the fastest 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine this year.Dean, a former Ohio State commit, ran a 4.30..@AuburnFootball CB Jamel Dean runs a 4.31u 40-yard dash!Tied for the fastest 40 of the 2019 #NFLCombine 🔥 pic.twitter.com/ZibOdL80tq— NFL (@NFL) March 4, 2019Dean’s 40 was initially listed as a 4.31, but that was an unofficial time. It’s since been updated to a 4.30.Jamel Dean’s OFFICIAL 40 time: 4.30!The fastest 40 of the 2019 #NFLCombine 🚨@jmd0074 | @AuburnFootball https://t.co/0FYM7Xm5th— NFL (@NFL) March 4, 2019NFL.com lists Dean as a potential NFL starter, though there are some questions about his medicals, as he’s had multiple knee surgeries.Dean’s combination of height, weight and speed will get the conversation started off in the right direction for NFL evaluators, but there is no way around the fact that multiple knee surgeries will be a cause for concern in those same circles. His length and ability to disrupt catch space is a big plus in his favor and he has the athletic ability to play in a variety of coverages. However, he needs more consistent competitiveness and better technique for the next level.The knees certainly looked good today.
GECOM Commissioners; from left, Sase Gunraj, Robeson Benn and Bibi ShadickThe People’s Progressive Party (PPP) nominated Commissioners at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) are urging the body’s elections secretariat to commence preparation for early elections in compliance with the Constitution and the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) consequential orders handed down on Friday.In a statement on Saturday, July 13, 2019, the Commissioners, Bibi Shadick, Sase Gunraj and Robeson Benn, warned that sanctions would be this is not done.See below for the full statement from the PPP Commissioners:Now that the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has, subsequent to its judgments rendered on 18 June 2019, made deliberate and specific declarations and orders – inter alia:“….. 9. e) The National Assembly properly passed a motion of no confidence in the Government on 21 December 2018;f) Upon the passage of this motion of no confidence the clear provisions Article 106 immediately become engaged;”, it is now the only imperative to abide with the provisions of the Constitution and its statutory related thereto.For the avoidance of any doubt the CCJ in its Judgment at (5) stated: “The Guyana Elections Commission (“GECOM”) has the responsibility to conduct that election and GECOM too must abide by the provisions of the Constitution”.Consistent with the orders of the CCJ GECOM must immediately start preparations for elections and its Chief Executive Officer (Keith) Lowenfield must ensure this in accordance with his statutory functions. Naturally, any official of GECOM who does anything inconsistent with the CCJ’s orders would be in gross contempt of the said orders and the Constitution and would thereby attract the appropriate sanctions.We, therefore, join the call for the proper observance of the rule of law and declare that we stand ready, as always, to fully support the implementation of constitutionally democratic processes as is required for all of GECOM’s activities. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGECOM discusses March 2020 elections dateSeptember 6, 2019In “latest news”Opposition GECOM Commissioners forced to walk out in protest of chairman’s autocratic approachApril 2, 2019In “latest news”House-to-House Registration represents “open defiance” by GECOM’s CEO to Constitution, CCJ ruling – JagdeoJuly 19, 2019In “latest news”