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