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Pat Connaughton Records 2nd-Highest Vertical Ever At NBA Combine
Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
6-foot-5 former Notre Dame guard/forward Pat Connaughton caught the attention of a lot of people at the NBA Combine on Thursday. Connaughton recorded a ridiculous 44-inch vertical jump, which ties for the second-highest jump at the combine ever. Check this out...

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Magazine St107 months
I wonder why it only goes back to 2001. There are HOFers with high leap totals than everyone on that list. Including some guys that are in the league now live Vince Carter.
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panzer107 months
leapin leprechauns!
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ShlikStyck107 months
wait, what....he's white?
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Yat27107 months
He had the highest standing vertical as well at 37.5".
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wildtigercat93107 months
You get a running start? That kind of defeats the purpose of a vertical test
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Hester Carries107 months
If that list of players tells me anything, its that there is absolutely no correlation between vertical jump and basketball skill haha.
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Emiliooo107 months
Not detracting anything from him, but I wonder what his standing vert would be.
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Jack Daniel107 months
And he's white?!?!?!

This is actually news, Larry.
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TerrebonneTiger35107 months
White men CAN jump!! lol
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