INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 04: Defensive back Jamel Dean of Auburn runs the 40-yard dash during day five of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 4, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Update: We have a new leader. Ole Miss defensive back Zedrick Woods just ran a 4.29 and is the fastest player at the combine this year.Officially the FASTEST 40 of the 2019 #NFLCombine…@OleMissFB DB Zedrick Woods runs a 4.29!!! 🔥 @ZedrickW pic.twitter.com/QJNFkcifSe— NFL (@NFL) March 4, 2019Earlier: The 40-yard dash portion of the NFL Combine is wrapping up. While it looks as though John Ross’ record is safe, there were still a handful of players who managed to stand out from the crowd.NFL.com released the official 40 times from the combine and there is a clear winner for fastest in the league: Auburn cornerback Jamel Dean. The All-SEC Second-Team cornerback ran the 40 in 4.30 seconds, putting him just ahead of Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell and UMass wide receiver Andy Isabella, who both ran it in 4.31 seconds..@AuburnFootball CB Jamel Dean runs a 4.31u 40-yard dash!Tied for the fastest 40 of the 2019 #NFLCombine 🔥 pic.twitter.com/ZibOdL80tq— NFL (@NFL) March 4, 2019For the second year in a row, none of the players managed to clock in under 4.30. In 2017, wide receiver John Ross set the all-time record with a 4.22 40-time. He ultimately went No. 9 overall to the Cincinnati Bengals.Here are the top 12 performers in the 40-yard dash from the NFL combine:Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn – 4.30Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State – 4.31Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts – 4.31Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia – 4.33D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss – 4.33Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State – 4.35Mark Fields, CB, Clemson – 4.37Greedy Williams, CB, LSU – 4.37Zedrick Woods, S, Ole Miss – 4.37Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri – 4.39Darnell Savagae, S, Maryland – 4.39Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn – 4.39The skill position players may not have broken any records, but the defensive lineman and linebackers certainly did. Montez Sweat recorded a blazing 4.41, the fastest ever for a defensive lineman.Several linebackers similarly recorded wideout-level speed. LSU’s Devin White, Michigan’s Devin Bush, and Texas’ Gary Johnson all ran it in 4.43 records or better.The fastest running back was Oklahoma State back Justice Hill at 4.40. The fastest quarterback was Penn State’s Trace McSorley, who did it in 4.57 seconds.