It wasn't exactly a tall building, but based on Carlee Clemons' performance at at a dunk contest in North Carolina over the weekend, it's safe to assume he can leap pretty much everything else in a single bound.
The 6-foot senior guard won the Triad All-Star Game dunk contest for the second straight season, completing every dunk he attempted on the first try. Two dunks, in particular, "shut it down," though.
First, Clemons, who averaged 10.4 points during Raleigh (N.C.) Millbrook High's run to the Class 4A state semifinals this past season, dunked over his mom without a problem. So, he stepped up his game.
On the next attempt (which happens just over a minute into the video), Clemons jumped over three larger obstacles — Harry Giles (6-foot-9) and the five-star Class of 2016 recruit's towering Weselayn Christian Academy teammates Donovan Gilmore (6-7) and Deshaunte Carelock (6-5) — and threw down a thunderous slam with equal ease.
Watch the GIF. Crazy.
"We shut it down again," indeed. The best reaction, though, goes to Mount Tabor senior guard Austin Hatfield (No. 10 in blue and gold), who worshiped the fellow 6-footer with an "all hail Clemons" routine.
Clemons pulled off a similar dunk over a pair of 6-foot-8 kids to win the same dunk contest a year ago.
(h/t Bob's Blitz)