There aren’t going to be many defensive backs in the B1G capable of outjumping Wisconsin’s Kendric Pryor when the football is in the air. The Badgers’ receiver showed off some incredible hops recently.

During a workout this week, Pryor hit a 69-inch box jump, making it look fairly easy. It was a pretty unreal moment for the Wisconsin wide receiver and should have fans excited about his potential for the upcoming season.

Below is the video Pryor shared on Twitter this week:

Pryor returns to Wisconsin after missing most of the 2020 season. He appeared in just three games for the Badgers, catching 8 passes for 119 yards. In the previous three seasons, the receiver played in 37 career contests.

Over the course of his career in Madison, Pryor has totaled 67 receptions for 849 yards and 4 touchdowns. He’s also rushed 32 times for 368 yards and 5 touchdowns.

This season, Pryor is expected to be one of the top playmakers in Wisconsin’s offense and should be a solid weapon for returning quarterback Graham Mertz. With those kind of ups, there aren’t many passes that will be out of Pryor’s range this fall.