While one of my favorite lines, queried from the well-endowed woman in the Naked Gun series, it also could be an applicable quote from GMs after drafting a client that did well at the NFL Combine- only to see them fail miserably when the pads came on. The event is laden with players who can do the time, but when drafted, it's a crime. For the most part, the athletic portion is way overblown and the medical records and one-on-one interviews is what is gleaned.
The Combine drills start this weekend, and it could be a good time to remind people that just because a WR runs 4.6 seconds in the 40 (Jerry Rice) while a CB does a 4.30 (Tye Hill), the faster guy isn't always the better selection. Just because a QB scores 16 on the Wonderlic Test (Dan Marino) doesn't translate that he'll have a shorter career than the other QB that accomplishes a 37 (Akili Smith).
Remember that Tony Mandarich guy? The 6-6, 315 lbs massive OL from Michigan State ran a 4.65 in the 40 yard dash while Emmit Smith, the All-American RB from Florida ran a 4.7. Mandarich was picked number one, Smith 17th. If I remember correctly, Emmit had a slightly longer career than Tony.
Kinda like when LT. Frank Drebin said, "It's 4th and 15 and you're looking at a full court press."