4-Star WR Recruit Josh Imatorbhebhe Floats During Asburd 46-Inch Vertical Jump

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistJuly 9, 2015

via MaxPreps

Crazy athleticism has helped North Gwinnett (Suwanee, Georgia) High School receiver Josh Imatorbhebhe stand out from the pack at The Opening, a showcase for the nation's top high school recruits.

College coaches look for many things in a wideout—mainly good hands, speed and jumping ability. After watching the high school senior at The Opening, there shouldn't be many questions about Imatorbhebhe's athleticism.

Imatorbhebhe was among the best performers at the showcase, ranking in the 99th percentile. As impressive as his overall performance was, it was his vertical jump that stood out the most.

The 6'2" wideout's vertical was officially measured at 46 inches.

That's just crazy.

The vertical jump is hardly the only drill he excelled at, however:

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Here's how he compared to the rest of the athletes through the preliminary round:

Josh Imatorbhebhe @JoshBhebhe

Blessed man.. 😪🙏 http://t.co/Ea6BGbk4T7

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166 of the nation's top prospects measured their strength and speed. 10 will compete for the title at 3pm #GETOPEN http://t.co/0TBFDmXVU5

According to 247 Sports, Imatorbhebhe is a 4-star recruit and is a "hard commit" to the USC Trojans.

[MaxPreps, Twitter; h/t CBS Sports]


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