Sport (Years): Football (2005-present)
Reported Personal Best: 46-inch vertical
It's a known fact that anybody who plays in the secondary is shorter than the wide receiver they're checking. That is why cornerbacks and safeties depend on anything and everything but their leaping ability to defend their man. But the Cowboys' Gerald Sensabaugh (pictured far right) is one of the rare few that can actually compete for the ball when it's up in the air. Thanks to his 46-inch vertical that was discovered at the 2005 NFL Combine, Sensabaugh moved up the ranks in the Draft and was selected by Jacksonville Jaguars in the fifth round.