NBA teams everywhere are aware that Keon Johnson has some hops.

The Tennessee freshman has broken the vertical leap record at the NBA Draft Combine. Johnson recorded a vertical jump of 48 inches, breaking the previous record by 2.5 inches.

Without jumping, Johnson can still get way up. His standing vertical leap was registered at 41.5 inches.

We don’t know yet when Johnson is getting drafted, but he’ll presumably be a fixture in the annual dunk contest.

An SEC All-Freshman Team selection for 2020-21, Johnson appeared in all 27 games and led the Volunteers in field goals made (111) and attempted (247). Johnson started 17 games and was the first Vol off the bench nine times. He was Tennessee’s second-leading scorer overall (11.3 ppg) and in SEC play (12.1 ppg).