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VIDEO: Indiana sophomore ties NBA combine vertical record

Purdue v Indiana

BLOOMINGTON, IN - JANUARY 28: Justin Smith #3 of the Indiana Hoosiers dunks against the Purdue Boilermakers in the second half of a game at Assembly Hall on January 28, 2018 in Bloomington, Indiana. Purdue won 74-67. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

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Justin Smith, a 6-foot-7 rising sophomore in Indiana’s basketball program, set a record for the highest vertical leap ever recorded in the program.

A 48 inch max vertical is a ridiculous number. It’s tied for the highest ever recorded at the NBA combine.

Last season, Smith averaged 6.5 points in just under 15 minutes for the Hoosiers, and he could be in line to see a bump this season.

Especially if he keeps doing things like this: