6-Foot, 350-Pound, Tennessee commit Elijah Simmons Dunks Ball Then Tosses It Full Court & Sinks It
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6-Foot, 350-Pound, Tennessee commit Elijah Simmons had an epic ten seconds on a basketball court this week where he put down a dunk and a full-court shot. Check this out...
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21 Comments
When I was growing up the myth was you needed ankle strength to dunk. Hence the Strength Shoe. Fact is vertical comes from the thighs. It takes leg strength. I bet this dude can squat upwards of 600 pounds. NOw, where's that Zion dude? LOL
Reply29 days
Did they just come from getting root canals? I couldn’t understand a single thing they were mumbling and screaming.
Reply29 days
You must be from the north
29 days
Go to the zoo and you'll understand soon enough.
29 days
He will have a lot of time to play basketball since Tennessee’s football season always ends in November.
Reply29 days
He bested my entire athletic career in 9 seconds
Reply29 days
Go on young kang
Reply29 days
Vols finna eat.
Reply29 days
Leftover tuna.
27 days
impressive
Reply29 days
If he's only 6 ft tall there's no way that's a 10 foot goal.
Reply29 days
At 6 ft tall he should be able to stand flat footed and reach a little over 8 feet, say 8 feet 5. At that height he only needs to jump 24 inches off the ground to dunk. He was def 24 inches off the floor. Still pretty good for a guy that weighs 350 pounds.
29 days
I can't reply to admin's but at 6 feet if you are reaching 8'5 on flat feet your arms are hilariously long. You mean 7 foot 5.
28 days
Nicely done young man
Reply29 days
Left handed...
Reply29 days
Probably has something to do with being left handed.
29 days
I wish that he was my son.
Reply29 days
I’m sure his father would be more than happy to cuck you and frick your wife while you watched
29 days
@Hawgn - Have an upvote, Wordsworth!
29 days
We could use a guy like that in the family.
29 days
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