Regina’s Riley Boersma, Manitoba’s Gavin Cobb win CFL combine vertical jump

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Regina receiver Riley Boersma and Manitoba receiver Gavin Cobb have won the vertical jump at the 2022 CFL Combine with a leap of 40.5 inches.

Carleton defensive back Jacob Dearborn won the vertical jump at the most recent CFL combine in 2019 with a leap of 42 inches.

Other recent winners of the event include McMaster receiver Daniel Petermann and Toronto defensive back Paul Kozachuk (39 inches, 2018), Queen’s receiver Jonah Pataki (36.5 inches, 2017), Toronto receiver Llevi Noel (36 inches, 2016), and Wilfrid Laurier defensive back Chris Ackie (40 inches, 2015).

The rest of the vertical jump results from the 2022 CFL Combine can be found below.

DL Cole Adamson, Manitoba — 26.5

RB Daniel Adebobye, Bryant University — 37.5

DL Joshua Archibald, McGill — 32.5

TE Chase Arseneau, McMaster — 32

LB Jared Beeksma, Guelph — 31

REC Riley Boersma, Regina — 40.5

LB Tommy Bringi, Wilfrid Laurier — 34.5

OL Rodeem Brown, Alberta — 27.5

REC Keaton Bruggeling, Carleton — 37.5

OL Jacob Butler, Queen’s — 26.5

DL Nathan Cherry, Saskatchewan — 33

DB Chris Ciguineau, Ottawa — 36

RB Jean-Paul Cimankinda, Ottawa — 28

REC Gavin Cobb, Manitoba — 40.5

DB Jayden Dalke, Alberta — 31

TE Maksim Duric, Toronto — 28.5

LB Nate Edwards, McMaster — 30.5

DL Frednick Eveillard, Ottawa — 30.5

DL Anthony Federico, Queen’s — 33.5

REC Vincent Forbes-Mombleau, Laval — DNP

QB Tre Ford, Waterloo — 35.5

DB Tyrell Ford, Waterloo — 36.5

OL Zack Fry, Western — 23.5

DB Brandon Gandire, Regina — 37

RB Ryth-Jean Giraud, Montreal — 29

DB Adrian Greene, Saint Mary’s — 35.5

OL Nicolas Guay, Laval — 25.5

DB Zach Herzog, Hillsdale College — 36.5

OL Cyrille Hogan-Saindon, Laval — 27.5

DL Deionte Knight, Western — 32

OL Peter Kozushka, Alberta — 23.5

LB Daniel Kwamou, UBC — DNP

REC Gordon Lam, Waterloo — 29

DL Philippe Lemieux-Cardinal, Montreal — 28.5

RB Adam Machart, Saskatchewan — 36

OL Gregor MacKeller, St. FX — 27

OL Braydon Noll, Wilfrid Laurier — 28

LB Subomi Oyesoro, Calgary — 30

OL Zach Pelehos, Ottawa — 28.5

LB Enoch Penney-Laryea, McMaster — 39.5

REC Jalen Philpot, Calgary — 30

REC Tyson Philpot, Calgary — 30.5

DL Riley Pickett, Saskatchewan — 34.5

DB Khadeem Pierre, Concordia — 29

DL Jacob Plamondon, Calgary — 32

LB Tyrell Richards, Syracuse — 37

LB Josiah Schakel, Alberta — 32

REC Kiondre Smith, Guelph — 32.5

DB Eric Sutton, Texas State — DNP

RB Rasheed Tucker, Queen’s — 32.5

DB Daniel Valente, Western — 33.5

LB Ryder Varga, Regina — 35

OL Noah Zerr, Saskatchewan — 26.5