INDIANAPOLIS, IN – FEBRUARY 29: Defensive back Jalen Ramsey of Florida State runs the 40-yard dash during the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 29, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)This year’s NFL Draft class is regarded as loaded with quality defensive linemen. This morning’s combine performances confirm this assessment.We’ve had multiple prospects put on freakish displays in the 40-yard dash, but none more so than Mississippi State’s Montez Sweat. The defensive end just set a combine record for the event.Sweat’s now-official 40-yard dash time was 4.42. That’s the fastest by a defensive lineman since 2003.Here’s the video of his blazing effort.Montez Sweat ran a blazing 4.42. Record for a DL (since 2003).He’s 260 🏃♂️ (via @NFL) pic.twitter.com/2KXaKw3LxW— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 3, 2019To put Sweat’s time in the 40 in proper perspective, consider how his numbers stack up with the ones New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. put up at the combine five years ago.Keep in mind, Beckham is a receiver, and a tremendous athlete as well.EDGE Montez Sweat (260 lbs, 35 3/4 arms) #MississippiState40: 4.4210: 1.55Context: Odell Beckham had a 4.43 and 1.57. Remarkable times.— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) March 3, 2019That’s just absurd. Sweat definitely made himself some money this morning.Sweat began his college career at Michigan State in 2014 before he was kicked out of the program in the spring of 2016. He then went to junior college before resurfacing at Mississippi State in 2017.In two seasons with the Bulldogs, Sweat recorded 22.5 sacks.