It's rare for one of the best in the state to also make the biggest improvement, but that's the case here, as Cian Quiroga not only had the No. 1 mark (62-3.5) in the state, but he also had the biggest leap.
The Valor Christian senior topped off at 47-7 a year ago, but he clearly did some work over the past year.
Quiroga opened his 2019 outdoor season with a personal best of 54-3.5 and that was just the beginning. By the end of the regular season he had the top mark in the state at 62-3.5, and a massive, huge, gigantic, leap of 14-8.5.
Taking the runner-up spot here was Avery Shunneson, who was a 34-7.75 thrower a year ago. Shunneson leapt into the rankings this year, however, reaching 47-6 for an improvement of 12-10.25.
Ryan Capasso was a close No. 3 on this list, going from 38-3 to 50-5.25 from 2018 to 2019. The improvement of 12-2.25 is the only other 12+ improvement within the Top 200 this year.
The list below isn't exactly in order...
Editor's Note: List compiled with the Top 200 marks from 2019.