Compared to 2020 first-round pick Henry Ruggs. As a high school player in 2018, Schwartz enjoyed the title of the Gatorade National Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year following his impressive win of Florida's Class 2A 100-meter dash (10.07w) and 200 meters (20.41w); both were state records. He also ran at the IAAF U20 World Championships in Finland in July 2018 and took the silver medal in 100 meters (10.22) and a gold medal in the 4x100-meter relay (38.88) for Team USA. How does that compare to the 2020 NFL drafts's fastest player, Henery Ruggs? Ruggs won the state title after clocking a 10.58-sec 100-meter dash compare that to Schwartz's sizzling time, and Ruggs is left in the dust. After a game against Texas A&M where Schwartz used his speed to sprint for a 57-yard touchdown run, Schwartz was questioned if he could beat Deion Sanders in his prime. "Honestly, I think so," Schwartz told 247Sports. "Honestly, I think so," Schwartz told 247Sports. Different requiters record slightly different speeds from a 4.29 to a 4.34-second 40-yard dash, but the Auburn receiver's fastest record time is 4.27 seconds, according to track and field site flrunners.com. Whichever time you believe, it's obvious Schwartz has world-class speed.