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4-Star Recruit Josh Imatorbhebhe Shows Off a 46″ Vertical (Tweets)
One way to stand out from the throngs of high school football stars is to have a 46-inch vertical. Another way is to have your name be Josh Imatorbhebhe. So four-star recruit Josh Imatorbhebhe has two things going for him at The Opening, a combine/talent show for some of the nation’s best high school football players.
Here’s a pic of a pretty amazing display of jumptitude. And some bad grammar:
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The wideout from Suwanee, Georgia, will have no problem separating himself from the pack vertically as he gently glides above everyone on the college football field to make catches. Seriously. He’s 6’2″ to start, then when you tack on that vertical, you make him a pretty big target in the corners and back of the end zone.
Assuming this guy can actually catch and runs faster than a five-second 40, I would imagine he’s going to be the apple of many scouts’ eyes.
And here’s the video:
He found himself in the 99th percentile of all the prospects in attendance, which means that we should all get used to hearing and reading the name Josh Imatorbhebhe. Thank God for copy and paste.
I only know what two of the below criteria are, but I know how percentile’s work, so I can say with authority that this kid’s a standout among standouts.
Hat Tip – [Bleacher Report]