Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by Nicho, Apr 7, 2018.
This kid is the goods. I think he has a higher upside than Emory.
UF QB commit Jalon Jones just ran a 4.45 laser in the 40 yard dash.
Where? Is it a camp? Hopefully he rises in the rankings.
Official testing results
Damn, that's impressive. Thanks diesel. I'm not sure how they quantify peak power but Jalon is a fine athlete.
I think it's the same as a SPARQ score; 40, VJ, powerball throw and shuttle. That's a pretty good score for a QB though not quite in Will Grier territory.
Love the Sub 4.45 speed. Very athletic kid that will be 6’4” and probably 220 after S and C
Bro, btw, Every time I go to your suggested site I receive a bug that start flashes and says I won something and freezes my phone. I'm safer in the comforts of GC
Really? I never get that....
Yeah. Every time. I can hardly read 2-3 posts before it gets shut down
I thought he looked faster than any of the other QB prospects for 2019 I watched film of, and both faster and more powerful than Emory Jones. So, at least in this arena, my observation appears accurate.
He is much faster than Emory, doesn't have the arm talent that Emory has though. That's not necessarily a bad thing in Mullen's offense...
One can dunk and the other cant?
I used to have the same problem on my phone. I downloaded the Norton Ad blocker app to my phone and the problem has never reoccurred. Good luck!
Neither of them had an impressive VJ.
JJ had a 33" vertical which is very good.
"A good high school athlete will have a vertical jump of 24 to 28 inches. A very good jump would be in the 28- to 32-inch range. An athlete with an excellent vertical jump would rise 32 to 36 inches. Anything above 36 inches would put a high school athlete at the top of his class. When Michael Jordan was at the peak of his career with the Chicago Bulls, his vertical jump was measured at 43 inches."