There are several sources for this data. Keep in mind that the way in which a test is conducted, and the equipment being used will have an effect on results.
Example: A Yardstick or Vertec will give different results from a test done on a jump mat or force plate, because shoulder rotation allows a higher reach. Mechanical devices that rely on reach will have different results from mats etc, as the latter measures displacement of centre of mass.
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You may also find useful information in publications such as “Physiological Tests for Elite Athletes” by Rebecca Tanner and Chris Gore (Human Kinetics Publishers)