Oregon athlete imitates Kobe, leaps over car

Got a car that's not moving? Bend (Ore.) High quarterback J.C. Grim is thrilled. He can use it in his next workout.

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As you can see above, Grim, who just finished his junior season as Bend's quarterback, has developed a habit of unique training regimens. His most recent was jumping this car at a running start, landing on his feet to a tidy smattering of excited applause.

While the car was stationary, the stunt wasn't entirely different than Kobe Bryant's viral Nike ad, in which he faked a leap over a speeding Aston Martin.

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The rising senior pulled off the stunt at Bend High, and was filmed by Grim's friend and teammate, Cody Connel. Neither Grim or Connel has made a collegiate decision yet, though Grim did work out at an ESPN combine last summer.

Something tells that Grim's latest custom workout might get him a bit more attention.

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