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-Los Angeles Clippers Mini-Combine Recap and AnalysisNotable Results
ran what would have ranked as the 2nd fastest ¾ court time recorded at the NBA combine. Wilbekin's lane agility time would have placed him 2nd as well, which coupled with his above average 38.5 inch maximum vertical leap, 4.4% body fat measurement, and 12 reps on the bench, make him one of the more well-rounded athletes in this draft class.
-Harvard's Kyle Casey
recorded the top maximum vertical leap at the Clippers combine with a jump of 41 inches, which would have ranked 6th at the NBA Combine. Marquette's Jamil Wilson
and California's Richard Solomon
turned in the top standing vertical leap with a jump of 36 inches, which would have ranked 3rd in Chicago. The only two players with higher standing verticals were Markel Brown
and Glenn Robinson
was one of the winners of the Clippers' combine, measuring 6'10.25 in shoes with a 7'3.5 wingspan and the biggest hands of any player measured so far during the 2014 Draft process. His hand width was an even foot, which is simply astounding.