Eaton's Scott Grable added 11 inches to his personal best this year.
Seven long jumpers made leaps of over three feet from 2018, and two went over four feet.
Making the biggest leap from 2018 to 2019 was Donovan Kemp.
The Palisade sophomore adding over four-and-a-half feet to his 2018 best.
4-6.25 to be in fact.
As a freshman Kemp capped his season with a personal best of 15-4.5, but this year he went to a whole new level. He opened his season with a massive PR of 19-2.75, before adding another seven or so inches, landing at 19-10.75.
Kedarian Maul was a close runner-up, and the only one within the Top 200 to make an improvement of over four feet. The Pine Creek junior made a leap of 4-4 from his 2018 PR, going from 16-10 to 21.2.
The third spot on this hypothetical podium came down to just a few inches.
, Isiah Williams
, and Khalid Shahba
all made improvements within three inches of each other. Vigil's 3-6.25 claims the No. 3 spot, while Williams and Shahba went 4-5, with Williams going 3-4.75, and Shahba claiming a 3-3.25 improvement.
The list below is not exactly in order, but you get the point...
Editor's Note: List compiled using the Top 200 marks from 2019.