Lane Johnson is so fast, he outran four wide receivers, three cornerbacks and Manti Te’o at the NFL Scouting Combine.

But Johnson isn’t a fleet-footed tight end or safety; he’s a 300-pound offensive tackle.

Still, Johnson’s nimblest act of the year might have come on four wheels.

The Oklahoma Sooner — and likely top-10 NFL draft pick — played in the Cotton Bowl in the Dallas metroplex Jan.  4. After the game, he drove three hours back to Norman for his wedding rehearsal on Jan.  5, married college squeeze Chelsea Goodman on Jan.  6, and then took a plane to Arizona for predraft training on Jan.  7.

The happy couple hasn’t had a chance to honeymoon. Perhaps a trip to Miami in, say, a week and a half, would do the trick.

League-wide rumors suggest that the Dolphins, needing an offensive lineman to replace the departed Jake Long, will trade up to draft a tackle in the first round.

That’s where Johnson comes in. He’s the likeliest candidate of the top three tackle prospects (Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher are the others) to still be available at a range where a trade up from the 12th pick wouldn’t be too onerous.

“Lane Johnson is a top-10 guy,” ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. said. “He’s the kind of guy that has to be in the discussion even at five for Detroit.

“He’s right there with Joeckel and Fisher. It’s really a three-way battle to see who is going to be the first tackle taken.”

The prevailing assumption in football circles is that Joeckel will go first overall to Kansas City, and Fisher won’t make it out of the top five.

But if Johnson is available at No. 6 and beyond, the Dolphins wouldn’t need to give up much more than their first and one of their two second-round picks to go get him.

That’s assuming general manager Jeff Ireland grades him that high — which isn’t certain. After meeting with Johnson at the combine, the Dolphins decided against bringing him back to South Florida for a personal visit, The Miami Herald learned. Whether that is a reflection of their level of interest or is a bit of predraft misdirection remains unclear.

But if they’re serious about upgrading the offensive line — as Ireland has said they plan to do next week — and want to get more athletic, Johnson would be a logical fit.