highest verticle at nfl combine gerald sensabaugh of the dallas cowboys 46" at combine was a record..
The NFL does not keep official records for the Combine. However, the unofficial record for the vertical leap was set by Gerald Sensabaugh, who leapt 46 inches on the vertical jump in 2005.
The best vertical leap scores in the NFL combine history (since 1999) is 46.0 inches. That leap was done by Gerald Senasbaugh from North Carolina. The next jump is 45.5 inches by Cameron Wake for Penn State.
Larry Fitzgerald jumped a 42 inch vertical in the NFL Draft Combine.
Randy Moss. has a 52 inch verticle which is the highest ever in the NFL
Normally, only pro atheltes measure this. Watch the NFL Combine, on right now, they use a pole with metal pegs on it.
40 yard dash - 4.58 seconds 225 bench Press - 34 times Vertical leap - 38.5 inches
Randy Moss does not have a vertical leap of 51 inches. That information is faulty and was provided by a defunct blog. Actually, according to the NFL combine site, Randy Dandy has a vrtical of 39". newtest3 Randy received a lot of criticism for not working out at the combine soooo ur dumb and a liar. Moss has a ridiculous vertical jump and have heard he has a crazy good high jump, like 7ft
41 1/2" as per the NFL Combine.
Chad Johnson once had an incredible vertical leap of 40 inches. He has not played in the NFL recently, but this athleticism made him one of the top receivers in the league.
There is a tie between 2 NFL players: Terrel Owens - 51 inches Randy Moss - 51 inches There is a tie between 2 NFL players: Randy Moss - 49" Terrel Owens - 49" (While running, Randy Moss can leap 53 inches off the ground!!!)
In comparison to his height, I would say Dez Bryant, but the highest vertical physically would be by either Larry Fitzgerald or Calvin Johnson.
The record for the highest standing vertical jump is held by Gerald Sensabaugh. His jump was 46 inches at the NFL Combine. The longest recorded armspan is held by basketball player, Manute Bol, with a span of 8 feet 6 inches. He has a reach of 10 feet 5 inches.