2013 NBA Draft Combine: How Did Shane Larkin, Kenny Kadji Fare At NBA Combine?

Former Miami Hurricanes’ PG Shane Larkin wowed scouts during the 2013 NBA Combine recording a 44-inch vertical leap.

Jan 30, 2013; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Miami Hurricanes guard Shane Larkin (0) brings the ball up court against the Virginia Tech Hokies at Cassell Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

Turning in a 3.8 second sprint, the 5-11 guard recorded the highest vertical jump at the combine and according to NBA Guru, the second-highest max vertical leap since 2000.

Larkin’s teammate at Miami, Kenny Kadji, managed a respectable 38-inch max vertical jump and a 34-inch standing vertical jump.

But it was obvious, even to Kadji, that all eyes were on Larkin.

2013 NBA Draft Combine Measurements

Shane Larkin

  • Height without shoes – 5′ 10.25″
  • Height with shoes – 5′ 11.5″
  • Weight – 170.8
  • Wingspan – 5′ 10.75″
  • Reach – 7′ 5.5″
  • Body fat – 3.8
  • Hand length – 7.5
  • Hand width – 8.75

Kenny Kadji

  • Height without shoes – 6′ 8.75″
  • Height with shoes – 6′ 10″
  • Weight – 241.6
  • Wingspan – 7′ 3″
  • Reach – 8′ 10.5″
  • Body fat – 7.5
  • Hand length – 9
  • Hand width – 10.25

The 2013 NBA Draft Combine will take place from May 15 until May 19 and is being held in Chicago, Ill.  To view a complete schedule of the combine, click here.

 

 

Topics: 2013 Nba Draft Combine, Basketball, Kenny Kadji, Miami Hurricanes, Shane Larkin

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