Cohen Johnson broke the record for being older than him in the 2022 NBA Draft.
This 19-year-old Tennessee product recorded a 48-inch running vertical jump, each Kelly Iko of The AthleticThis broke the record for combine harvesters previously held by Kenny Gregory of Kansas, who jumped 45.5 inches in 2001.
This is his jump, through the official Twitter account of the NBA Draft.
Johnson also recorded a standing vertical jump of 41.5 inches.
Johnson’s athleticism is not surprising. The 6-foot-5 guard has demonstrated excellent jump shot ability during his one-year college career. After Johnson’s vertical data was confirmed, Wednesday night’s dunk footage of Georgia was widely circulated on social media.
The play undoubtedly shows how his jumping ability can be used in the game.
The exercise test numbers will only help keep Johnson’s stock rising.He is expected to be in the top ten Sports News The latest 2022 NBA mock draft.
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Johnson is not the only one to enter the list of the top five jumpers of all time in 2022. Texas center Jericho Sims (6-10) made a 44.5-inch vertical jumper, tied for third place with Pistons guard Hamidou Diallo.
Several other well-known names are among the top 10 vertical industries in the history of the NBA Draft. Jonathan Givoni of ESPN. Only one of them is listed as less than 6-0 (Kay Felder, 5-9).
|year||player||Vertical operation (inch)||Standing upright (inches)|
|year 2013||Shane Larkin||44||34.5|
|2020 year||Cassius Stanley||44||34.5|
|2020 year||Taylor Bay||43.5||37|
|year 2004||Timmy Bowers||43.5||37|
|Year 2014||Markel Brown||43.5||36.5|