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WR Donovan Peoples-Jones leaps over three people in a dunk contest

WR Donovan Peoples-Jones leaps over three people in a dunk contest

Mar 25, 2016

  • Tom VanHaarenESPN Staff Writer

    • Big Ten recruiting reporter
    • Joined ESPN in 2011
    • Graduated from Central Michigan

ESPN Junior 300 wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones has proven over and over that he is an outstanding athlete. Last year he showed off his hops by winning a dunk contest at Cass Technical High School, and he has done it again this year.

Absolutely no question who won😭 pic.twitter.com/hiWmyeof8x

— Dayi❄️ (@JendayiN) March 24, 2016

His teammate, Rodney Hall, also captured the dunk in slow motion.

Y’all can’t tell me bro don’t fool💯💯💯 @dpeoplesjonespic.twitter.com/aCLWHY662I

— Superman (@rodney_hall01) March 24, 2016

Peoples-Jones, the No. 11 prospect in the 2017 class, also won the Nike Football rating championship at Nike’s The Opening in July 2015.

At the event he posted a 4.42 40-yard dash time and a 42.4-inch vertical. He was the only underclassman to compete in the finals of the competition and came away victorious.

Peoples-Jones is uncommitted and has a top list that consists of Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas A&M and Southern California.

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