"During one club's private workouts this week, they had three very athletic players line up for a 60-yard dash. The slowest of them was a 50-55 runner on the 20-80 scouting scale, the second was a 60 runner, and the third was even faster than that. The first guy runs a 7.2, which leads to confusion all around, as that would be a well below-average time. The second player runs seven flat, while the third, in true Roger Bannister style, breaks the magic seven-second barrier, which is still barely average, and it looked like he was burning. With both players and officials standing around with a combination of bewilderment and disappointment, somebody decided to check the course and realized that they were running a 70-yard dash."