AEST 15:00, Thu May 23 2013
The NBA draft combine allows potential NBA rookies to showcase their skills before the actual draft, and one player's stocks have instantly risen.
Memphis forward D.J. Stephens stunned the statisticians at the combine by executing the highest vertical leap of any player to enter the NBA draft in over a decade.
From a standing start Stephens registered a vertical leap of 116.8cm, breaking Kenny Gregory's 2001 record of 115.6cm.
Stephens will definitely be one to look out for if he gets drafted into the NBA, especially at the annual slam dunk competition.
Memphis forward D.J. Stephens pulls of one off his trademark slam dunks. (Getty)