Amadi ran the 40-yard dash in 4.51 seconds, 12th of the 22 safeties and tied for 28th out of 54 players when including all defensive backs to run at the Combine.
Sunday left no doubt about Montez Sweat's speed.
The former Ohio State Commit-turned-Auburn Tiger's time was initially clocked at 4.31, which, for the while, matched the time of former Ohio State receiver Parris Campbell (who ran a 4.32 unofficially).
The 6-6, 260-pound Mississippi State edge rusher set the NFL Combine on fire Sunday, running the 40-yard dash officially in 4.41 seconds, topping the mark of 4.43 set by Emanuel Lawson in 2006, according to the Washington Post.
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The wacky world of the NFL Scouting Combine got even more weird when former Texas cornerback Kris Boyd was reportedly asked by a team whether both his testicles were intact. "You know, it's just another blessed opportunity just to get drafted by the Cleveland Brown organization so I'm gonna take it one step at a time right now".
Two other former Seminoles are participating at the Combine - defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas and wide receiver Nyqwan Murray.
From now until the end of April, Philadelphia will be keeping themselves busy evaluating all of the talent possible to put them in the best position possible to be in for another successful draft in Nashville.
"I can play with my hand in the dirt", Sweat said, via SiriusXM NFL Radio.