White Leads Combine Running Jump

Late NAB AFL Draft Combine invitee Spencer White has recorded two impressive jumps on Day 1 of testing at the Combine at Etihad Stadium. The Western Jets player recorded the highest running vertical jump in testing at 100cms, falling 2cms short of Nic Naitanui’s 2008 jump of 102cms.

In the standing vertical jump, White recorded a leap of 82cms, which was 3cms behind the new Combine record of 85cms recorded on Tuesday by North Ballarat VFL player Dean Towers. Towers record jump beat the 15 year record held by Trent Croad of 83cms.

Dean Towers - 85cm
Jesse Lonergan - 83cm
Spencer White - 82cm
Eric Wallace - 80cm
Laine Wilkins - 75cm
Harrison Marsh - 73cm
James Stewart - 73cm
Adam Saad - 72cm
Clay Cameron - 72cm

Spencer White - 100cm
Laine Wilkins - 97cm
Jesse Lonergan - 91cm
Eric Wallace - 91cm
Benjamin Shearry - 89cm
Dean Towers - 89cm
Jake McKenzie - 89cm
Clay Cameron - 88cm
Aliir Aliir - 87cm
Kurt Heatherley - 87cm
Jed Anderson - 87cm

Click HERE to view interviews from Day 1 of the Combine


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