St. Anthony High School's Kaleb Bishop "First To Fly" Dunk Contest Highlights

Kaleb Bishop, a senior at St. Anthony HS, pulled off a 360-degree aerial dunk at Jordan Brand's "First to Fly" Dunk Contest.

Kaleb Bishop, a senior at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, New Jersey, made insane dunks look easy at Jordan Brand's "First To Fly" dunk contest at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas. The 6-foot-7 forward flew high through the air and put down a reverse 360 dunk that impressed all observers.

With one more year of high school ball ahead of him, Bishop already has offers from Wagner College, the University of Vermont and Fordham University—and he might attract more. Check out the video above to see more of his aerial skills.

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