Mostert is not the first NFL player to request his pace rating get raised to 99. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill also made that request in 2018 and wound up getting his evaluation raised to 99 after talking to someone with game publisher EA Sports. Hill is currently the game's fastest player, followed by Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs at 98 and Mostert, Ravens receiver Marquise Brown, Eagles receiver Marquise Goodwin, and Chiefs receiver Mecole Hardman in 97.
But if anyone deserves to be set on precisely the exact same level as Hill, it's Mostert. Mostert was a standout on the course in college at Purdue, after posting a 10.15-second mark at the 100-meter dash and a 20.65-second mark in the 200-meter dash. Hill once conducted a 200-meter time of 20.14 and a 100-meter time of 10.19 while additionally once reaching sub-ten second time in the 100-meter dash with a tailwind. Hill's fastest run throughout the 2020 period reached a peak speed of 21.91 seconds.