LOOK: Kentucky's measurements and testing results from Pro Day are here

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Photo: Chet White/UK Athletics

Photo: Chet White/UK Athletics

Kentucky basketball’s annual Pro Day was a massive success, with over 80 NBA personnel tuning in to scout the 2020-21 Wildcats virtually, along with the entire Big Blue Nation having the opportunity to see the team for the first time leading up to the season.

As part of the Pro Day, each player on the Kentucky roster goes through testing to find out their specific updated measurements, which are then distributed to NBA representatives, scouts, and the media.

So how did the Wildcats do? What were some of the noteworthy numbers and measurements?

Here are the official numbers, courtesy of UK Athletics:

Leaders and notable numbers in each category:

Height without shoes

  • Olivier Sarr – 6’11.00″

Height with shoes

  • Olivier Sarr – 7’0.00″
  • Brandon Boston Jr. – 6’6.75″
  • Terrence Clarke – 6’6.75″


  • Olivier Sarr – 234 lbs.
  • Lance Ware – 223 lbs.
  • Isaiah Jackson 206 lbs.


  • Olivier Sarr – 7’3.50″
  • Dontaie Allen – 7’2.50″
  • Keion Brooks Jr. – 7’1.00″
  • Lance Ware – 7’1.00″
  • Terrence Clarke – 6’11.75″


  • Olivier Sarr – 9’2.00″
  • Isaiah Jackson – 9’0.50″
  • Lance Ware – 8’10.00″
  • Jacob Toppin – 8’9.00″
  • Terrence Clarke – 8’7.00″

Hand Length

  • Dontaie Allen – 10.25″
  • Keion Brooks Jr. – 9.25″
  • Brennan Canada – 9.25″

Hand Width

  • Dontaie Allen – 11.50″
  • Keion Brooks Jr. – 10.50″
  • Brennan Canada –

Check out the entire measurement chart below:

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ESPN’s Jonathan Givony released a rundown of the measurements and compared the results to other notable NBA players, along with some other agility test results.

Among the highlights:

  • BJ Boston (6’6.75″, 185 pounds) draws close physical comparisons to Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Caris LeVert and Jeremy Lamb
    • Has added three inches in the last three years
  • Terrence Clarke (6’6.75″, 194 pounds) draws physical comparisons to Andrew Wiggins and Bogdan Bogdanovic
    • 37.5 inch maximum vertical leap and UK’s second-fastest lane agility time
  • Isaiah Jackson (6’10.50″ in shoes) has grown two inches and has gained over 20 pounds since summer of 2019
    • Similar measurables to Nerlens Noel
    • 37.5 maximum vertical leap
    • Team-best 10.85 second lane agility and 3.21 three-quarter sprint time
      • “Historically good quickness for a big man on paper.”
  • Devin Askew measured “as expected,” but managed a pro-day-record shuttle time of 2.61 seconds, just ahead of Devin Booker’s time in 2014
    • Measures similarly to CJ McCollum and Jrue Holiday
  • Boston, Clarke, Jackson and Askew lifted the 185-pound bar just three times combined
    • Olivier Sarr and Davion Mintz recorded 12 and 14 reps, respectively
  • Sarr posted a 36-inch max vertical
  • Jacob Toppin led the team with a 42.5 inch max vertical to lead the team
  • Cam’Ron Fletcher recorded a 40-inch vertical

Here are the complete results from the strength and agility drills:

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