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Florida QB Anthony Richardson’s Insane Vertical Jump At The Combine

Written by Tony Ghaul

Florida’s QB prospect Anthony Richardson broke the NFL Scouting Combine record with an insane 40.5 inch vertical jump on Saturday afternoon, according to NFL Network’s Stacey Dales.

That was after Richardson already broke the broad jump record at 10’9 inches.

Richardson is a prospect with one of the highest ceilings in the 2023 NFL Draft class among quarterbacks, due to his ability to create offense with his legs.

The Florida QB calls himself a blend of Cam Newton and Lamar Jackson. Richardson measured in at 6-foot-4 while weighing in at 244 pounds.

After just one season as the Florida Gators starting QB, Richardson is talked about as a project. Many teams look at his 54.7 completion percentage and his 15 interceptions as things that must be improved substancially.

Florida Gators QB Anthony Richardson. Photo courtsey of Stampede Blue

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