Watch as San Francisco 49ers receiver Ray-Ray McCloud takes off on an end-around for a 71-yard touchdown. Check out Ray Ray McCloud 40 time.
Ray Ray McCloud : 40 Time | 71 yard Td | College
Raymond “Ray-Ray” McCloud is an American football wide receiver and return specialist for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Clemson.
|Born:||October 15, 1996
|Height:||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Weight:||190 lb (86 kg)|
McCloud was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the sixth round with the 187th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.
In Week 3, in a 27–6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings, he made his first professional reception and had a 13-yard punt return.
On August 31, 2019, McCloud was waived by the Bills.
Ray Ray McCloud 40 time
Ray-Ray McCloud said he was disappointed with his 40-yard dash time at the NFL Combine and set out to improve it Thursday.
- Ray Ray McCloud 40 Time : 4.53s
He didn’t have the specific times but I unofficially clocked him at both a 4.40 and a 4.51; he told reporters that scouts had him in the high 4.3s and the low 4.4s. Either way, it’s an improvement over the 4.53 he ran in Indianapolis.
It may have lacked the fanfare of last year’s event but Clemson held its annual football pro day Thursday for 18 former Tigers.
Players, scouts, and agents filled Clemson’s Poe Indoor Facility as each athlete participated in a number of drills for NFL scouts.
Although five former Clemson players made an appearance at this year’s NFL Scouting Combine, Thursday provided much-needed exposure for the remaining 13 athletes who either weren’t invited or are looking to get back into the league.
Ray Ray McCloud 71 yard Td
The 49ers’ offense got off to a slow start against the Commanders, but Ray-Ray McCloud came up with an explosive play to get them rolling.
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On second-and-10 at their own 29, they went with a handoff to McCloud around the left side. He followed a block by Christian McCaffrey to go untouched for 71 yards and a touchdown to put the 49ers up 7-0.
McCloud got the ball from Purdy in the backfield and received a nice lead block from Christian McCaffrey to spring him to the right sideline. From there, McCloud went untouched to the end zone for the go-ahead score.
Both the 49ers and Commanders had scoring opportunities earlier on in the contest but didn’t capitalize on them by turning the ball over on downs.
San Francisco elected to go for it on fourth-and-1 from Washington’s 15 on the opening drive.
But when Kyle Jusczcyk tossed an option pitch to Christian McCaffrey, the play was stopped in the backfield.
Washington went for it on fourth-and-goal from the 1 in the second quarter, but Antonio Gibson was stopped short of the end zone.
As a freshman in 2015, McCloud played in 12 games, catching 29 passes for 251 yards and one touchdown. He missed three games due to a knee injury.
In 2016, as a sophomore, McCloud played in 14 of Clemson’s 15 games, missing one due to an ankle injury.
In those 14 games, he tallied 49 receptions for 472 yards and two touchdowns, helping Clemson win the National Championship.
As a junior in 2017, McCloud played in all 14 of Clemson’s games, tallying 49 receptions for 503 yards and one touchdown. He also returned 25 punts for 303 yards and one touchdown.
After the season, he declared for the 2018 NFL Draft.