Smith-Schuster was asked after running the 4.5 if he wanted to do it again. He chose to stand on his time.
Despite his average -- at least by NFL standards -- 40 time entering the NFL, Smith-Schuster has averaged 13.9 yards per reception in his career. He also has three receptions of 90 or more yards in his two NFL seasons, the most in the league over that time period.
Smith-Schuster will be counted on to be the Steelers' No. 1 receiver this season after the team traded Antonio Brown in the offseason. Smith-Schuster set career highs in 2018 with 111 receptions for 1,426 yards and seven touchdowns, being voted the team's Most Valuable Player by his teammates.
The 22-year-old is in London as an ambassador for the NFL Academy, a new NFL venture there to help promote interest in the game.