Getting to know super sleeper JulianEdelman - Mocking The Draft Excerpt: Edelman really impressed at his pro day workout in the Kent State Field House. Edelman ran a 4.51 second 40-yard dash, which would have topped all quarterbacks at the NFL Scouting Combine in February and placed him in the top 15 among receivers. Edelmanâ€™s times of 3.91 seconds in the short shuttle and 10.74 in the long shuttle would have been the fastest times recorded at the Combine, regardless of position. NFL people asked him to run the short shuttle again because they didnâ€™t believe the number and Edelman actually ran it even faster the next time. "Heâ€™s a really skilled guy, similar to (Antwaan) Randle El and Seneca Wallace. He can play â€˜Wildcat,â€™ return kicks, and he may be the next Wes Welker as a wide receiver," a league insider said. Edelmanâ€™s versatility was on full display during his senior season at Kent State. Edelman led the country in rushing yards by a quarterback with 1,370 that included eight games of 100 yards or more. He also passed for 1,820 yards. If that wasnâ€™t enough, Edelman also began lining up as a safety on the punt team and for the last few games of the season even returned punts.