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Penn State Made a Mini-Documentary About a 30-Year Old Assistant Coach Running a 4.8 40

Josh Gattis was a safety at Wake Forest and was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 5th round of the 2007 NFL Draft. Now the wide receivers coach at Penn State, Gattis was never what you would consider a star in the NFL, recording only 1 tackle in 4 career games with the Chicago Bears. Still, Gattis could run. Still can, too.

At a recent practice, the 30-year old Gattis claimed he could run a 4.8 40-yard dash without even warming up. Then he went out and [unofficially] did it and Penn State interviewed every other coach that was there for what amounts to a 5-minute 30 for 30 documentary about as assistant college football coach running a 40 at 30-years old. Say what you want, it was better than One Night in Vegas.

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