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The worst leapers ever at the draft combine









A basketball player’s leaping ability is among the most important skills they could have.

Hence, those who can’t jump very high tend not to last very long in the NBA, barring a few notable exceptions, while the better leapers have a higher chance of success.

As such, the NBA measures prospects’ leaping ability at the annual Draft Combine to get a sense of who are the best jumpers.

Below, the worst leapers ever at the NBA draft combine.

Max vertical leap: 21 inches
Standing vertical leap: 33 inches

Podkolzin

Max vertical leap: 22.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 19.5 inches

Dakari Johnson

Max vertical leap: 25 inches
Standing vertical leap: 22.5 inches

Jackie Butler

Max vertical leap: 25 inches
Standing vertical leap: 23 inches

Nikola Vucevic, Philadelphia 76ers

Max vertical leap: 25 inches
Standing vertical leap: 23.5 inches

The worst leapers ever at the draft combine

Max vertical leap: 25 inches
Standing vertical leap: 24.5 inches

Nick Sheppard

Max vertical leap: 25.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 23.5 inches

Jiri Hubalek

Max vertical leap: 26 inches
Standing vertical leap: 20.5 inches

Jared Reiner

Max vertical leap: 26 inches
Standing vertical leap: 22 inches

Solomon Alabi

Max vertical leap: 26 inches
Standing vertical leap: 22.5 inches

Nate Williams

Max vertical leap: 26 inches
Standing vertical leap: 23.5 inches

Robert Jackson

Max vertical leap: 26 inches
Standing vertical leap: 23.5 inches

Sean Kennedy

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 22.5 inches

Tom Timmermans

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 23 inches

Luke Schenscher

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 23.5 inches

Mario Boggan

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 24 inches

Brian Butch

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 24 inches

Peter John Ramos

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 24 inches

Artsiom Parakhouski

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 25.5 inches

Yemi Nicholson

Max vertical leap: 26.5 inches
Standing vertical leap: 26 inches

Vladimir Golubovic

Max vertical leap: 27 inches
Standing vertical leap: 21.5 inches

Jason Klotz

Max vertical leap: 27 inches
Standing vertical leap: 21.5 inches

Curtis Borchardt

Max vertical leap: 27 inches
Standing vertical leap: 24 inches

Taylor Coppenrath

Max vertical leap: 27 inches
Standing vertical leap: 24.5 inches

Keith Brumbaugh

Max vertical leap: 27 inches
Standing vertical leap: 26 inches


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