With the NBA draft fast approaching, professional teams are interviewing and evaluating players to decide whom will sync well with their current roster. For Zach LaVine, he shocked a lot of pro teams with his rare athleticism and unique offense IQ. If his insane behind-the-back dunk wasn’t impressive enough then consider his 46-inch vertical jump. During a workout session for the Los Angeles Lakers, LaVine shows off his insane vertical leap depicted in the photo. LaVine’s vertical jump measured at 46 inches is the highest ever recorded in a workout.
Disappointed with his head coach Steve Alford who had little interest in playing him at UCLA, LaVine decided to take his talents to the NBA. After completing his freshman year averaging only 10.5 points per game off the bench the young 19 year-old NBA draft prospect is currently projected as pick #18 in round #1 of the 2014 NBA Draft. With rare talents like that, LaVine should hear his name called in the NBA draft.