Sean Lee understands an important facet about the high jump.
The higher you get, the smaller the mistakes must be.
That's one reason why the UCLA signee is the nation's No. 1 high jumper. But the Trabuco Hills (CA) senior, however, has also made a huge development in 2018. One season after winning his first CIF title in the high jump at 6 feet, 11 inches, he's improved by four inches year-over-year to PR at 7-3.
He's among the top 500 most improved boys in the event.
Just under nine boys nationally have improved by over a foot in the high jump, while some of the best in the country have continued to chip away at big leaps.
Note: We pulled data to include boys who have only made at least one inch or more improvement in 2018.
Check out the data below.
The Top 500 Most Improved Boys High Jumpers - The Top 500 High Jumpers In 2018