Kansas City wide receiver Tyreek Hill tore up the NFL during his rookie season. In 16 games, he scored 12 touchdowns, six receiving, three rushing, one on a kickoff return and two returning punts.
Hill is known for his blazing speed. According to Next-Gen Stats, the Chiefs’ Pro Bowler ran the two fastest times on the field in NFL games last season. The 23-year-old hit a top speed of 23.24 mph—faster than any player has run since the NFL started tracking speeds in 2015.
But few fans knew that Hill also has crazy leaping abilities. Until now.
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The All-Pro receiver recently posted this video on his Twitter feed:
That, folks, is an epic windmill dunk. What makes it even more impressive is that Hill stands only 5-foot-10. Of course, he’s helped by the 40.5-inch vertical he posted at West Alabama’s Pro Day. Don’t be surprised if Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith throws Hill some jump balls this upcoming season.