All-Pro’s Top 10 Freshman Horizontal Jumpers Entering the 2018 Season
The future of NCAA Athletics has arrived, these athletes will look to have All-American honors & National Titles. Below we list the top incoming Freshman that will make a impact to their team during the 2018 Track & Field season in the Horizontal Jumping events.
10. Grant Downes(Wichita State University)- Has a personal best 51-6 in the triple jump. Wichita State has loaded up on triple jump talent for the 2018 season.
9. Tyra Gittens(Texas A&M)- She will enter College Station with a personal best of 20-8 in the long jump.
8. Rayvon Allen (Wichita State)- He will look to become All-Conference as a freshman in both jumping events. His best triple jump is 51-7.25, coupled with personal best long jump of 24-0.25. He will be one to watch in 2018.
7. Sophia Falco(Vanderbilt University)- She has the versatility to contribute in the long jump & triple jump in 2018. She has a personal best long jump of 20-5, and a triple jump of 42-8.
6. Frederic Williams (UTEP)- He has a great chance to be All-conference as a freshman in Conference USA. Williams, has a personal best of 24-8.5 in the long jump.
5. William Henderson (Penn State)- The Nittany Lions will be getting a great all-around athlete. He has a personal best of 25-2.5 long jump & 46-5.5 in the triple jump. The reason for these personal bests could attribute to his 10.52 speed in the 100 meter dash.
4. Jalen Seals(Baylor University)- Great speed equals great jumps. Seals, has a personal best of 10.46 in the 100 meter dash. His speed on the runway has helped him to a personal best 24-11.5 in the long jump & 51-4 in the triple jump.
3. Jaimie Robinson(University of Alabama)- She is a star in the making for the Crimson Tide. With a personal best of 44-4 in the triple jump, Jaimie Robinson will look to become an All-American in 2018. She looks to be ahead of the curve as she enters the SEC, with the proper fundamentals in the event.
2. Jalen Reagor(TCU)- The highly recruited football standout has a Personal best of 26 feet in the long jump. He has been a consistent 24 -25 feet jumper the past two seasons. We look forward to seeing him at TCU.
1. Tara Davis (Georgia)- The Georgia Bulldogs add another great athlete to the already loaded field side to their women’s team. Tara Davis enters the program with a personal best of 22-3.75 in the long jump, and 43-4 in the triple jump. As a Freshman she will look to compete individual championships in the SEC & NCAA.