Athletes And Teams Who Have Already Posted All-Time Marks

All-Time Marks

We're just two weeks into the scholastic outdoor season and several Tennessee teams and athletes have already positioned themselves in the All-Time rankings. Here's a quick rundown of who they are and where they rank. 

Austin McCall - #10 All-Time Boys 400m

Crosstown's Austin McCall must have just been waiting for warmer weather. Less than a month ago he ran 48.63 at state indoors to place third behind Hudson Allain and Ryan Jones. On Saturday, he improved that time by OVER A SECOND to run a TN #10 All-Time of 47.41. He currently leads all sprints in Division I Class A with a 10.85 and a 21.71. 

More: Race Video | All-Time 400m Rankings

Christian Brothers - #11 All-Time 4x800m

This one comes with a little bit of an asterisk because Christian Brothers, before Saturday, was already ranked #10 All-Time with a 7:52.37. However, their 7:53.46 on Saturday would put them right behind themselves. The quartet of Chaz Jones, Noah Mullenix, Kaleb Smith, and Joe Edwards solo'd this mark on Saturday after a quiet winter from The Brothers in which their indoor participation was limited at best. It's evident their option to train through the winter paid off and made a statement with their first outing. They are the back to back to back defending State Champion in the event and do not look ready to give up that crown this season in spite of what others around the state did this winter. 

More: All-Time 4x800m Rankings

Khari Webb - #12 All-Time 300m Hurdles

Another technical asterisk with this one as well because Collierville's Khari Webb was already ranked #12 All-Time last year with a 43.41 and just barely missed that mark on Saturday with a 43.42. The sophomore sits atop both hurdle disciplines as well as on the current year state leaderboard of many others. The Dragons are, in my opinion, the team favorite in Division I Class AAA as you'll see more of them in this list shortly. 

More: All-Time 300m Hurdle Rankings

Timi Williams - #19 All-Time Discus

You may not find another athlete quite like Rockvale's Timi Williams. Find me another thrower in the country who can throw a discus 170 AND run the 300m Hurdles in 45 seconds? Williams spent his first few season's throwing both disciplines and running the 300m hurdles on a regular basis. This year it appears as though he's focused more on the throws and it's paying off. The third place finisher in Division I Class AAA has three series under his belt with a state-leading 173-11 on Saturday at Siegel. This mark surpassed the previous state lead of Drew Benton of Christian Brothers who, to his own credit, ranks #23 All-Time with a 171-1 at Rumble In The Jungle, yet another thrower for The Brothers throwing arsenal. 

More: All-Time Discus Rankings

The Rest In The Top 30 All-Time