The Buffalo Bills added an undrafted rookie free agent with a top 40-yard dash time in college football this year.
The team signed seven undrafted free agents on May 12, including fast Oklahoma State wide receiver Braydon Johnson.
The Cowboys gave Johnson a solid season, the team acknowledged.
The team said Johnson is a quick wide receiver from Arlington, TX who earned 10 starts in his final season with the Cowboys.
He had seven 40-yard catches in 2022, sixth-most in the FBS.
Last season, Johnson recorded career highs in catches (32) and yards (566).
His career had three 100-yard receiving games and 16.6 yards per catch.
Johnson impressed at OSU's Pro Day in March and garnered NFL interest despite not being drafted in April.
He recorded an unofficial 40-yard sprint time of 4.40 seconds on his first attempt and 4.38 on his second.
which would have placed him in the top five of the draft, according to The Oklahoman.
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