Former Nebraska WR Trey Palmer got to show off his speed at the NFL Combine. During Saturday’s workout, Palmer was the fastest wide receiver in the 40-yard dash.

Palmer clocked a 4.33 40 time in impressive fashion.

The next fastest receivers were Derius Davis (TCU) at 4.36 and Matt Landers (Arkansas) at 4.37.

Palmer’s NFL Draft outlook

Palmer hasn’t been getting a lot of NFL Draft buzz. His showing at the NFL Combine can only help with that, but he’s probably still a “sleeper” heading into the draft.

Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network noted Sunday that Palmer similarly displayed his impressive speed on the practice field in pads at the Senior Bowl in Mobile.

Palmer finished his college career by entering the Nebraska record book with a 71-catch season for 1,043 yards. Huskers fans hope that Palmer will get a good opportunity to show what he can do in the pros.