CJ Stevenson Plans To Sign With Texas A&M
Undoubtedly one of the top outdoor jump talents in the country in 2018 is Great Oak (CA) High's CJ Stevenson.
Undecided up until this point, the prospect has slowly but surely emerged in both the triple and long jumps and currently owns US No. 2 marks in both events, including wind-legal highs of 50-5 and 24-3.
But Stevenson's progression landed him on the doorstep of some of the nation's top programs, and on Wednesday he committed to Texas A&M University, where he will plan to sign later during the National Letter of Intent period.
Stevenson's progression in the long jump has seen him mark footage of 23-6.5, 23-10.25 and 24-3, the last of which won him a title at Arcadia Invitational. The triple jump has seen similar improvement, with marks of 50-5 and 48-10.5 over his senior season. But as a junior, Stevenson hit a best of 50-4.45 and marked two other jumps over 49 feet.
He'll join one of the top track and field programs in the country.
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