Emmanuel "RayRay" Wells Jr. is one fast dude.
The Washington State University speedster owns the 12th-fastest 60-Meter Dash in NCAA history.
A wise man once said they've never seen a fast athlete who couldn't also jump high, and Wells is no exception.
In a video recently posted to his Twitter account, Wells seemingly turns off gravity as he performed a hurdle drill during a recent training session.
Keep in mind that the final hurdle is only about one foot shorter than Wells himself:
55 Inches pic.twitter.com/PvrCDENUzl
— Ray Wells Jr. (@KingRayRay206) November 22, 2019
Those are some serious hops.
That last hurdle is 55 inches, yet he still cleared it with several inches to spare.
We're looking forward to what this ultra-athletic sprinter has in store for the track world this upcoming indoor season.
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