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  • 2018 mNCAA—HJ: Culver favored

    T&FN form chart

    1. Trey Culver (Texas Tech) Sr
    2. Vernon Turner (Oklahoma) Fr
    3. Tejaswin Shankar’ (Kansas State) Fr
    4. Shelby McEwen (Alabama) Jr
    5. Clayton Brown’ (Florida) So
    6. Keenon Laine (Georgia) Jr
    7. Damar Robinson (Louisville) Sr
    8. Jonathan Wells (Illinois) Jr
    9. Samuel Shoultz (Maryland) Jr
    10. JuVaughn Blake (LSU) Fr

  • #2
    This event has some possibilities of break out performances by anyone in the top 4 (and obviously maybe others). I hope it is not as wet and cool as the current predictions seem to show.

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    • #3
      I think Eugene is not a great place for HJ for the reasons of weather. I was there for the Olympic Trials and it rained for 2 hours straight and guys trying to qualify had to try and jump in puddles that looked like the steeple chase.

      The weather there is never warm and half the time raining.

      I’m looking forward to them being in Austin next year mainly because the kids I coaches are used to the Heat it won’t bother them jumping haha.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by KevinRitter View Post
        I think Eugene is not a great place for HJ for the reasons of weather. I was there for the Olympic Trials and it rained for 2 hours straight and guys trying to qualify had to try and jump in puddles that looked like the steeple chase.

        The weather there is never warm and half the time raining.

        I’m looking forward to them being in Austin next year mainly because the kids I coaches are used to the Heat it won’t bother them jumping haha.
        At least in Portland, the weather is sunny and somewhat warm.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dave View Post
          At least in Portland, the weather is sunny and somewhat warm.
          I’m from the south so if it isn’t 85 then it isn’t warm haha

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