Xavier Bishop-Falu started out at the top of the Class of 2017 110 hurdlers and has more or less stayed there throughout his high school career.
In this article we take a closer look at how the top hurdlers in the graduating class of 2017 have progressed through their high school careers.
At the bottom of this page, we look at the top 20 ranked hurdlers for the Class of 2017 when they were freshmen (in 2014). The next page sees them as sophomores, the third page as juniors, and finally the fourth page as seniors (for the current season to date).
The Class of 2017 110 Meter Hurdles have been more or less the exclusive property of Xavier Bishop-Falu of Rampart. Bishop-Falu has been the state leader for his class every year but 2015, when he was second in the rankings.
The 300 hurdles has been much more topsy-turvy at the high end. Jared Brannen owned the top mark in 2014, Luke Gordley in 2015, Aaron McCoy in 2016, and--so far--Nolan Kembel in 2017.
The consistency of individuals in the top 20 places, however, has remained strong, and would likely be stronger still if we were able to factor injuries out of the equation.