In only three seasons as a high jumper, Justice Summerset has set 10 records and won nine Junior Olympic medals.

His leap of 6 feet 8 inches at an Old Vail Middle School meet in May tied the winning jump at this year's Arizona state high school meet.

In this season of Olympic-themed stories, we bring you one to keep your eye on - maybe in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro or in 2020.

Three things you need to know about Summerset, age 14:

1. He's on YouTube: Summerset cleared 6-8 at an Old Vail Middle School meet in May. That mark unofficially broke the national youth record and was the top height at the Arizona high school state championship meet this year.

Check it out here:

"I wasn't trying to think too much about it and just jump," he said. "You want to clear your mind."

The mark is unofficial because there were only two officials present and three are needed for an official record, said Old Vail coach Tracey Rowley.

2. He's a quick learner: His ability to make adjustments on the fly helped Summerset clear his great heights.

"He's one of those kids that takes corrections, and he does them," Rowley said. "You get kids that are good, and you tell them to fix this or do that, and they don't always do it, but he goes out the next time and nails it.

"That's what makes him so good."

3. He's versatile: Summerset is preparing for his first football season at Mountain View High School. His father, Robert, is the varsity offensive coordinator.

In addition to being a quarterback, Summerset wants to play basketball.

Four years from now, Summerset said going to college - and being an athlete - is his priority.

"It's really not an option not to go to college," he said. "You need to."