You’ll need to jump roughly 24 inches to touch the rim and 30 inches to dunk a full sized basketball (assuming average arm length). … Second, a 6 foot person will (on average) have longer arms, adding another ~1 inch to their standing reach difference.
Can a 6 2 person dunk?
6′2 and cannot dunk.
Can you dunk 5 6?
Originally Answered: Can a 5 foot 6 person dunk? Let’s say you’re five foot six, with a 7’2 standing reach and weigh 135 pounds you would need a 34 inch vertical to touch the rim and a 40 inch vertical to dunk, so you would have to be hyper-athletic.
Can a 5 4 person dunk?
According to this calculator, a 5′ 4″ guy with average arm length needs to jump 41″ in order to dunk.
Is a 28 inch vertical good?
A good high school athlete will have a vertical jump of 24 to 28 inches. A very good jump would be in the 28- to 32-inch range. An athlete with an excellent vertical jump would rise 32 to 36 inches. Anything above 36 inches would put a high school athlete at the top of his class.
How high do you need to jump to dunk at 6 3?
Am I Tall Enough To Dunk?
|Required vertical jump with 10 feet rim height (includes 6 inches of extra reach for comfortable dunking)|
|Height||Standing Reach||Required vertical jump|
|6 feet 3 inches||8’6”||24 inches|
How high do you have to jump to dunk at 5 11?
Height: 5′ 8″ – 5′ 11″ Difficulty: 8/10. Once you start getting closer to 6 foot tall dunking starts to become a little easier to achieve. At this height you will need to jump around 23 inches to touch the rim and 29 inches to dunk a full sized basketball.