Madden 20: Fastest Ultimate Team players available – Hill, Hardman, Hall & more

Speed kills, and in Ultimate Team it is especially rare. Which cards offer the burst you need?

Madden Ultimate Team tends to level the playing field. There are no 99 OVR players just yet, and certainly no stacked player with 98 speed, 97 agility, and 95 juke moves. Instead, most cards are grouped together in batches and can often feel fairly similar because of it.

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However, there are some cards that stand out for their blazing speed on the field. These players can score in a heartbeat, or make deadly plays on defense thanks to their range. So who are the fastest players your MUT coins can buy?

Tyreek Hill, TOTW 9 (91 OVR)

Speed: 94

Auction House Value: Xbox – 481K/PS4 – 474K/PC – 498K

Clearly the fastest player in the NFL currently, this TOTW Hero card is as explosive as you can get in MUT at the moment.

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With 94 speed, 94 acceleration, and 94 agility, Tyreek Hill is nearly unstoppable. He also brings 90 deep route and 85 release, which means he will threaten the end zone from anywhere on the field. His 85 OVR Core Elite card is already a winner, but if you pull this one you are on the way to domination.

Mecole Hardman, Football Outsiders (87 OVR)

Speed: 94

Auction House Value: Xbox – 72K/PS4 – 65.1K/PC – 56.1K

Hill’s rookie teammate Mecole Hardman joins him atop the MUT speed rankings with his Football Outsiders card.

The 94 speed Hardman possesses comes with 91 acceleration and 90 agility. His other stats are not in-line with these though, hence his low Auction House value. He has 85 spectacular catch and 85 jumping, but with just an 81 deep route and 70 release it can be hard to get him open.

Dante Hall, Most Feared (93 OVR)

Speed: 92

Auction House Value: Xbox – 1.1M/PS4 – 904K/PC – Unknown

Yet another Kansas City Chief! This time it is the return master Dante Hall, who racked up 12 return TDs, a record that seemed untouchable until Devin Hester arrived on the scene.

Hall’s Most Feared card has 93 acceleration and 93 agility and is a monster with the ball in hand. He has 94 elusiveness and juke move, along with 93 spin move and break tackle.

Deion Sanders, MUT 10 (92 OVR)

Speed: 92

Auction House Value: Xbox – 2.3M/PS4 – 2.4M/PC – 3.7M

Deion Sanders’ Madden Ultimate Team 10 LTD card has dropped from the fastest player in MUT which it was on release. However, he is still the fastest defender in MUT and boy do you pay for it in the Auction House.

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Sanders not only has 92 speed but also has 92 acceleration, 92 agility, 92 man coverage, and 90 zone coverage. That makes him easily the best cover corner, in Ultimate Team this year and he is unlikely to be beaten at any point, so your investment will be on your team for a long time.

Denzel Ward, Most Feared (92 OVR)

Speed: 92

Auction House Value: Xbox – 389K/PS4 – 400K/PC – 290K

Joining Sanders as a brilliant cover corner is Cleveland’s Denzel Ward. Added late in the Most Feared run, Ward brings 92 speed, acceleration, and agility like Sanders, as well as 92 man coverage and 90 press. The only downside is his 84 zone coverage, still good but not elite.

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The fastest MUT players

Tyreek HillWRKansas City ChiefsTOTW9194
Mecole HardmanWRKansas City ChiefsFootball Outsiders8794
Dante HallWRKansas City ChiefsMost Feared9392
Deion SandersCBDallas CowboysMUT 109292
Denzel WardCBCleveland BrownsMost Feared9292
Tevin ColemanHBSan Francisco 49ersTOTW9292
Deion SandersCBDallas CowboysSeries Redux9292
Randy MossWRMinnesota VikingsMUT 109291
Randy MossWRMinnesota VikingsSeries Redux9291
Brandin CooksWRLos Angeles RamsMUT Heroes9091
Will Fuller VWRHouston TexansTOTW8691
Terry McLaurinWRWashington RedskinsFootball Outsiders8591
Mecole HardmanWRKansas City ChiefsMUT Heroes8091
Jakeem GrantWRMiami DolphinsMost Feared7991
Marquise BrownWRBaltimore RavensTOTW7991
John RossWRCincinnati BengalsTOTW7791

Toby Durant

Deputy Editor at RealSport. A life-long gamer, I have been with RealSport since 2016 and spent time covering the world of Formula 1, NFL, and football for the site before expanding into esports.


I lead the site's coverage of motorsport titles with a particular focus on Formula 1. I also lead RealSport's Madden content while occasionally dipping my toe into Football Manager and esports coverage of Gfinity Series events.