In a perfect world, Chiefs would draft and use me like Tyreek Hill.

If he could be Kansas City's next Tyreek Hill, the quickest player in Scouting Combine history would jump at the chance.

Xavier Worthy, a wide receiver from Texas who ran a 40-yard dash at the Combine in 4.21 seconds, spoke with USA Today about how he observed Patrick Mahomes's targeting of Tyreek Hill during their five years together in Kansas City

After Hill left for Miami, Worthy expressed his desire to bring the same element to the Chiefs' offense.

"If everything were ideal, I would most certainly choose to visit the Chiefs," Worthy stated. How Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs utilize you and improvise is just right. In Tyreek Hill they had it. Based on their utilization of him, I think it would be a great match for me.

Despite being the NFL's fastest player, Hill was not invited to the Combine due to his troubled collegiate history, which included an expulsion from Oklahoma State for a domestic violence charge. Even though Worthy is well aware that he is not the quickest sprinter in the world, he is certain that he will be the NFL's fastest player in 2024.

When questioned about his ability to outrun Usain Bolt, Worthy responded that Bolt would burn him. Bolt did a 40-meter dash in 4.22 seconds at the 2019 NFL Experience festivities at the Super Bowl.

Worthy responded with a resounding "no" when questioned about his chances of defeating Bolt in the40. He was dressed in sneakers and sweatpants at the age of 40. You can't compare. I will not even think of a way to insult him.

Although Worthy may be able to outrun any NFL defensive back, he still can't outrun Bolt. Even in Kansas City, he might be pulling it off.