UNLV commit Derrick Jones dunked over four people during a charity dunk contest in New Jersey.

By SI Wire
May 30, 2015

UNLV commit Derrick Jones can fly. That's really not an exaggeration, either.

He proved as much by dunking over four people during a dunk contest at the Mary Kline Classic at West Orange High School in New Jersey on Saturday. One of those four people, it should be known, was 7-footer Josh Sharma, who will play for Stanford this fall.

“I did it before so I just said I’m going to do it again,” Jones told SNY.tv, adding that he previously did a similar dunk to win a dunk contest in Indiana.

“I won it off that dunk so I said [sic] why not win off that dunk again.”

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Jones went on to win co-MVP honors at the Senior Game Saturday night after scoring 36 points.

Clearly, the four-star guard who Rivals.com ranked the No. 49 player in the class of 2015, is going to be bringing some intense skills to UNLV.

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[h/t Bleacher Report]

- Mike Fiammetta

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