There have been some strong performances in the hurdles so far this year, but St. Mary's Stockton (CA) High School's Jadyn Marshall has been absolutely crushing in everything from the 110mH to the 400mH.
Marshall has run the US No. 1 overall underclassman time in the nation for the 400mH. The freshman clocked a 55.20 to win the Stanford Invitational. His 300mH time of 38.45 from the Arcadia Invitational ranks US No. 6 for underclassmen while his 110mH time of 14.62 from that same meet ranks US No. 5 for underclassmen.
His times are not only some of the best for underclassmen, but also some of the best in the nation for any grade. His 400mH time ranks 14th, his 300mH time ranks 58th, and his 110mH time ranks 67th.
Boyd Anderson High School's (FL) Jerry Philippe has the top underclassman time for the 110mH and ranks US No. 4 for all grades. Philippe clocked a 13.97 (+1.0) to place second at the BCAA Championships. Blanche Ely (FL) High School junior Jevon Williams was the only athlete to beat Philippe at the BCAA Championships, and Williams clocked a US No. 2 overall time of 13.94 (+1.0).
The leader for underclassmen in the 300mH is Cathedral High (CA) High School sophomore Anthony Taylor. Taylor cruised to a 38.22 fourth place finish at the California Relays.
Check out the full list of the nation's top underclass hurdle athletes in the links below.
*Note all rankings lists are FAT only times and the 110mH marks are only FAT wind-legal best marks.*