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This year's info is right here.
Compare the players with year's past here.
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Here are some of the most interesting results. Keep in mind that this is hardly the holy grail in regards to talent evaluation. But people definitely love to look, which is why we rushed out the first results. Michael Beasley
measured at 6-7 without shoes, and 6-8 ¼ with. His wingspan in 7-0 ¼ and his standing reach is 8-11. He did fairly well in the combine, lifting the 185 bar 19 times, jumping 35 inches on the max vert, but measuring a slightly high body fat at 7.7%Derrick Rose
came out a bit shorter than advertised, at just 6-1 ½ in shoes and 6-2 ½ in. He has a 6-8 wingspan, a 40 inch vertical and ran the 3/4 court sprint very fast at 3.05. Brook Lopez
is a legit 7-footer in shoes. He also has a phenomenal 7-5 ½ wingspan and an outrageous 9-5 standing reach. He did not do very well at all in the combine though, jumping just 30 inches in the max vert and coming dead last in the lane agility drill at 12.77. Jerryd Bayless
is a legit 6-3 in shoes, and he has expected has a very poor wingspan at 6-3 ½. He did well in the combine, though, jumping 38 inches, lifting the 185 bar 10 times, running 11.26 in the lane agility drills, and sprinting ¾ court in 3.07 seconds. Kevin Love
measured out reasonably well6-9 ½ in shoes (6-7 ¾ without), with a 6-11 ¼ wingspan and an 8-10 standing reach. His body fat is still very high at 12.9%, but in the combine he jumped 35 inches, lifted the 185 bar 18 times, and ran very well (11.17, 3.22) O.J. Mayo
is 6-3 ¼ without shoes, 6-4 ½ with, with a 6-6 wingspan and 8-3 standing reach. He had the second best vertical leap at 41 inches and ran 11.04 and 3.14. Eric Gordon
is 6-3 ¼ in shoes, with a terrific 6-9 wingspan. He jumped 40 inches, lifted the bar 15 times, and ran 10.81 and 3.01. He plays like a great athlete, and tested out well too. Anthony Randolph
is 6-10 ¼ in shoes, with a freakish 7-3 wingspan and 9-1 standing reach. He is skinny as expected at 4.7% body fat, jumped 35 inches on the max vert, and ran just OK at 11.86 and 3.26. DeAndre Jordan
came in an inch short at 6-11, but has an outrageous 7-6 wingspan and 9-5 ½ standing reach that more than compensates. He jumped poorly at 30.5 inches, lifted the bar 8 times, and ran the drills in 12.3 and 3.27 seconds.
The biggest wingspan: John Riek
at 7-8 ¾. His standing reach was N/A. Probably too long to believe. Were told its 9-10, and certainly believe that.
Biggest standing reach: JaVale McGee
- 9-6 ½.
Lightest Player: Mike Taylor
- 166 pounds, followed by D.J. Augustin
Heaviest Player: Kentrell Gransberry
- 290 pounds
Lowest Body Fat: Lester Hudson
Highest Body Fat: Kentrell Gransberry
-17.4% body fat
Best no-step vertical: Patrick Ewing
- 35 inches
Best Max-Step Vertical: O.J. Mayo
- 42 inches (tied with Ewing)
Bench Press: Josh Duncan
Fastest Lane Agility: Sonny Weems
- 10.58 seconds
Fastest ¾ Court Sprint: Sonny Weems
- 2.96, (Joe Alexander
Others: Joey Dorsey
measured in at only 66.25 without shoes, and 67.25 with shoes, but had a +7.5 wingspan and managed a very respectable 19 reps off 185 on the bench. DeVon Hardin
stands 610.75 in shoes with a 73 wingspan, he had 20 reps on the bench and recorded a 32 max vertical leap. Josh Duncan
put up 26 reps of 185 on the bench, recorded a 32 max vertical leap, is 68 without shoes, and recorded a body far percentage of only 5.4%. Patrick Ewing
Jr. recorded the highest max vertical leap on the day recording 42, but struggled on the bench, finishing with only 2 reps. His is 9.4% body fat was surprising for a player of his build as well. At only 66 without shoes, hes between positions with his measurables and game very much in conflict.Richard Hendrix
tested out very well. He is a hair under 6-9 in shoes, has a 7-3 wingspan, a 9-0 standing reach, and ran a 10.62 and 3.27. He jumped just 28 inches in the max vert.