Elite Entries Galore at the Warsaw Tiger Showcase #2

How High Will the Bar go in High Jump?

Jordan Randall, like Himes, also shook up the national leaderboard two weeks ago at the first Warsaw Tiger Showcase meet. He would jump to a new facility record and PR with his clearance of 6' 9.25". After two weeks of competition this mark now ranks him eighth in the country. The nation leading mark is currently 3 inches higher as of publishing. More about the sophomore's impressive jump from two weeks ago can be found here.

Placing right behind Jordan at the 4A-6A HSR Finals last year was Ethan Widenhoefer. The Homestead jumper currently holds a PR of 6' 7" in the event and has already jumped to a 6' 4" height at the second Midwest High Performance Series meet. Widenhoefer was an indoor New Balance All-American and medaled at the IHSAA State meet with a 7th place finish. Xavier Sherrell from Avon and Jay Hmurovich from Brebeuf Jesuit will also be athletes of note to keep an eye on as they have cleared 6' 6" and 6' 5" in their respective careers.

Currently it will take a jump of 6' 4" to crack the top 100 list nationally and a clearance of 6' 7" to have one of the top 20 jumps this indoor season.