Bookert, Kuiper execute windmill jams in college dunk contests

October 18, 2015

Who dunked it best?

Florida State’s Devon Bookert of Anchorage and New Mexico’s Dane Kuiper of Wasilla both executed wonderful windmill dunks during opening night practices.

The 6-foot-3 Bookert is a beast – just watch how easily he makes it look to throw a pass off the backboard to himself and then finish with a thunderous jam.

Bookert, of West High fame, is a former Alaska player of the year. He needs 192 points his senior season to become the 10th Alaska man to score 1,000 career points at the NCAA D1 level.

New Mexico fans have waited a long time for Kuiper.

The 6-foot-7 freshman forward committed in 2013 after he left Alaska after his sophomore year of high school and transferred to Corona Del Sol in Arizona.

Kuiper, of Wasilla High fame, won state titles in each of his final two years of high school and was considered the top player in Arizona.

The kid can absolutely jump out of the gym and earned style points on his windmill dunk for involving a teammate.