Miami Dolphins star receiver Tyreek Hill is one of the most electrifying players in the league. The speedster can turn any play into a long touchdown.
The 29-year-old starred for the Kansas City Chiefs before going to the Dolphins for the 2022 season. And, he picked up where he left off in Miami. He had career-best 1770 yards for the Dolphins, who lost a close game to the Bills in the wild card round.
His play making abilities were on display all year.
Reminder: Tyreek Hill is fast fast. pic.twitter.com/8sb6SCdjpe
— Mike Vannucci (@WRCoachVannucci) March 3, 2023
Tyreek Hill returned to the game and catches a BOMB from Tua for the touchdown.
4 TD game for Tua!pic.twitter.com/xbVIxpawL5
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) September 18, 2022
TYREEK HILL TOUCHDOWN AND BACKFLIP pic.twitter.com/PXIb6wLD0n
— Barstool Sportsbook (@BSSportsbook) November 6, 2022
It’s not surprising with his speed that he was a track star in high school, and he was named to the USA Today All-American Team in 2012 for his sprinting exploits.
And, on Saturday, Hill decided to lace up the track spikes one more time, this time at the USA Indoor Track and Field Championships.
#Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill enters 60-meter dash at today’s USA Track and Field event #NFL https://t.co/RPMlHiGlpV pic.twitter.com/UiZQ5PaZWN
— SunSentinel Dolphins (@SSMiamiDolphins) March 11, 2023
And, he ran well enough, clocking a 6.7 in the 60 meter dash. That’s not a world class time, but it’s still pretty fast.
#Dolphins WR @cheetah competed at the 60-meter dash during the USA Track and Field Masters Indoor Championships (@SportsinLou)
He won 💨💨pic.twitter.com/bnk67jHPne
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 11, 2023
But, that time doesn’t even put him in the top 200 in the world. Turns, out, there are a lot of fast people out there! In the meantime, The Cheetah will keep burning NFL defensive backs.