Kirk Ferentz had no problem calling Marshall Koehn’s number when the game was on the line.

More times than not, the Iowa kicker delivered.

But maybe Ferentz should’ve lined him up out wide and seen what he could’ve done at receiver. Why? Well, Koehn already turned some serious heads in Indianapolis.

According to Sports Illustrated’s Chris Burke, Koehn’s 40-yard dash time of 4.61 is the fastest by a kicker in at least a decade. No kicker or offensive lineman came within 0.13 seconds of Koehn’s blistering 40.

Just for a little perspective, Nebraska’s Ameer Abdullah ran a 4.6 last year. Compared to Aaron Burbridge, Koehn is 3/4 of an inch taller, with one inch longer arms and 1 1/2 inch bigger hands.

Burbridge has him by 13 pounds and 85 catches in 2015, but the receiver comparisons were still there.

Koehn did play receiver and defensive back in high school. The former walk-on had 22 catches for 298 yards his senior year, but he earned All-State honors as a kicker. Just for good measure, he wrestled and played baseball.

You can see Koehn’s explosiveness from his first step:

Koehn is one of a handful of kickers that even got an invite to Indianapolis. He and Maryland’s Brad Craddock were the only two from the B1G to get the nod.

It remains to be seen whether or not Koehn will impress enough to get drafted, but he certainly isn’t hurting himself in Indianapolis.