VIDEO: Ohio State signee pulls off 60-inch box jump
There are some freakish athletes coming to Columbus.
Last week, a video surfaced of Ohio State’s five-star offensive tackle commit, Josh Myers, doing a 155-pound, one-handed power snatch. This week, another video of a future Buckeye’s freakish weight room accomplishment came to light.
Four-star 2016 signee Binjimen Victor showed off his leaping ability with a 60-inch (!) box jump:
@BinjimenVictor with the 60inch box jump!!! ? #OhioState#Buckeyes#BIG10#FutureAllAmericanpic.twitter.com/bfusipY9Lg
— TUFF Training, Inc. (@RehmanZack) May 16, 2016
For a little perspective, J.J. Watt made headlines when he pulled off a 59-inch box jump. Watt is obviously a defensive end and Victor is a wide receiver, but it’s impressive nonetheless.
The 6-4, 180-pound Florida native was the No. 12 receiver in the 2016 class. He’ll have a chance to pull off more impressive feats when he gets to Columbus this summer.