Kam Garrett Reaches New Heights in HJ After 7-3 Clearance

* The adidas Indoor National champion Kamyren Garrett cleared 7-3 at the Lawrence Central Invitational

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Consistency has been key for Kamyren Garrett. In his last six high jump competitions across the indoor and outdoor seasons, he's cleared at least 7-feet.

This weekend at the Lawrence Central Invitational in Indianapolis, Indiana, Garrett made a huge leap. He not only became US No. 1 in the high jump, but he also set a new personal best of 7-3. 

Looking at the all-time list, Garrett ties for US No. 22. 

The Kansas State commit became the third-best performer in this event from Indiana. Garrett is an inch away from the state record, which is held by Nathan Patterson of Plymouth. Patterson cleared 7-4 back in 2018 at the state championship.

For many, this shouldn't be a surprise.

Garrett ended his indoor season on a spectacular note. He became the adidas Indoor National champion when he cleared 7-2.50 and tied for US No. 12 all-time. This was the highest performance of the season by two inches.

1	Kamyren Garrett	12	Lawrence Central High School	7-03.00		1
2	Eli Crouch	11	Roncalli High School	6-04.00		1
3	Drew Zlatniski	12	Plainfield High School	5-08.00		1
4	Lucas Barron	10	Connersville High School	5-06.00		1
5	Jerren Conway	11	Indianapolis Cathedral High School	5-06.00		1
6	Gabriel Coffman	11	Seeger High School	5-06.00		1
7	Samuel Bridges	10	Indianapolis Cathedral High School	5-04.00		1
8	Ben Brandenburg	9	Roncalli High School	5-04.00		1