I’ll give you what I have at the moment:
40 yd: 4.7ish (hand timed)
The lifts are good form. He’s not really interested in hoisting weights for numbers sake, so the squats are below parallel with good form and the DL is done with a nice, flat back. If really pushed, I think he could do more, but of course this is not his focus. I don’t have any recent vert. numbers to give you. I know this is a sloppy indication for a run-up vert, but he falls about an inch short of touching the basketball rim. Now, this is just with him messing around after practice – I don’t know what he could do if he actually gave it his all, so this is just a rough indication of his jumping ability. He’s not done a power clean max, but we can get about 225lbs x3 in a hang clean. He can do a single arm snatch, with good form, at 95#
I don’t know if any of this helps, but…
Again, I know a video would help, but that I just don’t have.
Okay, with the numbers you’ve given me I can tell you that something looks off. From what I can tell, he does not convert his strength over to power very well. Just to give an example, I’m very similar to this athlete in power numbers.
I’m 6 foot, 195 lbs and when I had a 315 squat a few weeks ago (it’s up to around 340 now) and a 335 deadlift I could get my entire hand and more over the rim, off of 1 foot or 2. Also, the 95lb 1-Arm snatch seems a little low in relation to his strength.
If I were you, I’d have him doing mostly power work. This should close the gap between his limit strength and his explosive strength. The template I gave earlier would still do well. After you’ve run through that a few times and the results start to dry up I would start him through the “Torsion Training” progression found on the website inno-sport.net, written by Dietrich Buchenholz.
Now don’t rush the progression, take time to master each movement. Once you get to this point, your split would look something like this:
Torsion Training Movement
RFI work, or flying sprints
REA Squats, or jump squats
REA GHRs, or Hang Snatches
Back Squats: 1-3 reps @ 85-90% 1RM
This movement should continue to develop his body awareness while increasing his elasticity and explosive strength. Once the results from this die out, do a couple of strength blocks and come back where you left of on the TT progression.