Personally, I don't see him as especially ideally suited for jumping... That's not to say he couldn't jump at all - just that his conformation doesn't lean me to believe he is built for it.
His neck is low set, with a rather steep shoulder slope, he looks to be a bit closed for shoulder angle. This is going to limit his scope... And while scope isn't the be all end all of a jumper, it certainly helps. (What his shoulder tells me is that it will have a somewhat limited range of motion)
He may just be standing underhimself, but I wonder if he might be a bit back at the knee, and he does look tied in at the knee... Both of these faults can weaken a horse's legs, but doesn't necessarily mean he WILL have issues. From the front he might be a little toed out, but nothing truly concerning.
This shot makes it hard to tell, but I think his LS placement MIGHT be set back a bit further than ideal, but he also has a nice loin shape telling me the area will be strong, but, his pelvic angle is steep, and he looks straight behind(post legged) - both of these reduce the ability to shift gears, and thrusting power. That said, his hindquarter matches itself consistently, and he seems to have a nice enough hindlimb set from behind. (I have a feeling that some of this is skewed a bit by the angle the shot was taken at, so the faults may not be as they seem either)
The thing about jumpers is that sometimes, while some conformation traits are known to help make a great jumper, a horse can defy all logic when it comes to ability to clear fences. I have seen some very interesting looking horses clear impressive fences, they just didn't have classic style.