Jordan Lanning is currently on five Top-10 lists.
The favorites have found their way to the tops of the charts, and while not every event is spoken for, some do have that dominating presence begging for competition.
In the sprints and the long jump there's no doubt that Maya Evans is the favorite. She's clear in front of the field in the 100, 200, and the long jump.
In the distance events it's anyone's game, and when I mean anyone, I actually mean anyone of the three Peak To Peak runners: Anna Shults, Tiana Bradfield, and Quinn McConnell. The trio have quite a grip on everything from the 800 on up to the 3,200. The question lingering in my head now is: do they go Oprah on the state and spread the love - "You get a state title! You get a state title! You get a state title!" (Basically, each takes a title from the 800, 1,600, and 3,200). Or, will there be one who dominates?
The 100 hurdles currently have two of the top-four hurdlers in all-classifications. Esther Diza-Mbelolo and Jordan Lanning top the charts, while is the favorite in the 300 hurdles.
There is no clear favorite in the shot currently, as the top-five are all within a foot-and-a-half of each other, and the discus looks eerily similar.
Lanning pops up again as the favorite in the high jump, while Hayley Rayburn is a clear seven-inches above the competition.