I’ll let Josh handle the joke of a post made.
Regarding the “best track runners” in the US not actually running track–people try to make that argument and always fall flat on their face. Nearly every fast person in the NFL has ran track at some point. None of them were Bolt-esque talents (or even close) and even those who ran at the highest of the NCAA level rarely made 100m finals and the ones who did usually weren’t the cream of the crop for football (Xavier Carter, Holliday, etc.).
It goes without saying the track and field IS the most participated in sport in the United States with huge cross-over between football and track with many of the best throwers, hurdlers, jumpers, sprinters having played football at one point or vice verse. One could say the same about many basketball players as well, though there seems to be a greater link between football and track than basketball and track in the US.