TH, read my post again! I stated that Jakob in 2021 (and 2022 of course) was much faster than in Doha 2019 when he was just turned 19.
I, however, also thinks he was faster in 2022 than in 2021 since he was unchallenged in the last 100m apart from the WC final when he possibly made the mistake not going faster in the third lap to outlast his opponents (and apart from the Worlds indoor where he had covid; shortly before he destroyed Tefera in Lievin breaking the Indoor 1500m WR).
I think Jakob´s finishing speed is greatly underestimated on these boards. Look at a race like the Bowerman Mile 2022 where Jakob runs away on the last lap but he is still easily holding Tim, Kipsang , Hoare and Hocker off in the last 100m even though these top finishers are sprinting "110%".
Somebody wrote in another post that I am biased in favor of Jakob. I don´t think so but it is true that I am more optimistic regarding his potential from 1500m and up than most here, including you.
1500m: I think he was sub 3:28 in 2021. When you can run low 3:28 with a difficult start where he had to slalom through the field and after rounds you would think he could go .5-1 sec faster under good conditions in Monaco.
I think he was faster last year so I assume he can go sub 3:27 this year if he is still improving as Filip has claimed recently.
3000m: I will just repeat what you have written yourself: If the likes of Girma, Katir and more can run around 7:25 Jakob must be able to go well under this time.
5000m: I suppose he can go close to 12:40 or perhaps even below but I don´t know when he will join a fast 5000 again.
I stated years ago that Jakob will break all the WR´s from 1500m to 10.000m and I stick to to that prediction. I think he is much closer than people here will believe. If he ends up going to the roads he might also be a contender for the HM world best. I doubt he will ever seriously run the marathon