Dr. John is studying six frogs he found in the swamp. These frogs are identical to normal frogs except that the distances they jump are determined by a pattern that is unique to each frog. For example, Frog A jumps 2 feet every time, but Frog B jumps 2 feet on odd numbered jumps and 3 feet on even numbered jumps.

Dr. John writes this in his notes as Frog A (2) and Frog B (2,3). The other frogs are in Dr. John's notes as follows: Frog C (1,5,2), Frog D (2,3,2,4), Frog E (4,3,1,3,2) and Frog F (1,1,1,1,1,4).

The cage in which the frogs are kept is outside Dr. John's lab. One night the cage door pops open. Two hours later, the open door is discovered. If each frog leaves the cage when the door pops open, jumps once every minute and starts by jumping the first jump in its pattern as its first jump out of the cage, which frog will be the greatest distance from the cage when their escape is discovered?