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2015 Missouri spring practice: WR Keyon Dilosa has a tremendous vertical jump

This year's wide receiving corps is thin on experience, but they're loaded with athleticism.

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We've already heard about Keyon Dilosa taking on the challenge of replacing the previous WR number 15, but now the RS freshman, coming off an Achilles injury, is showing his explosive athleticism.

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Dilosa's SPARQ score from 2 years ago, showed him already near a 40 inch vertical.

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SPARQ, for those who aren't aware, is an attempt by Nike to standardize and improve a combination of athletic measurements to better gauge potential. If the video above is any indication, he's recovered well from his injury and regained that explosiveness.

At the 1:25 mark in the video below, Eddie Printz Jr. connects with Keyon Dilosa on a deep route against the #1 defense and blazing fast corner, Kenya Dennis.

Dilosa currently sits at #3 on the depth chart, behind Wesley Leftwich (Sr.) and Jake Brents (Jr.) at the Z receiver position, but it's easy to envision the new #15 leap frogging them when the team returns to practice after Spring Break.