Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Crabtree's hands are a quarter inch shorter at 9 1/4 but his arms are 3 inches longer than AJ.
Let's see what AJ does in an NFL game before he begins to take over positions.
Yes, and his vertical is 4.5 inches lower. Being 2 inches taller, that means they get to about the exact same point in the air.
Not exactly. Most instances, a WR doesn't get a chance to maximize his leap or is required to leap at all. Crabtree's arm length ALWAYS allows him to be that high whereas AJ would be required to leap every time to reach that height and getting to the height of a leap rarely happens.