Byron Jones grabbed headlines at the 2015 NFL Combine when he set an unofficial standing broad jump world record of 147 inches. Perhaps unsurprisingly, he also recorded a jaw-dropping result in the vertical jump, skying for 44.5 inches. Jones, who's spent much of the past three seasons at free safety for the Dallas Cowboys, recently announced he's moving to cornerback for the 2018 season. Good luck winning a jump ball against this guy.
11 NFL Players With Insane Vertical Jumps
Think you've got hops? These 11 NFL players will make you think twice.