Will Jordyn Grady emerge as the next great 300 Hurdler in California next spring?
What if I told you that Jadyn Marshall's sophomore 300H time was ahead of his brother's, and his 110H time just behind?
When we project which athletes will be considered favorites in 2021, only 3 rise to the top of more than one event.
Using data from 2019 and the shortened 2020 season, we're looking for the top candidates to contend in 2021.
Madison's Aysha Shaheed would have been a force to reckon with in 2020, which is why we're glad she'll be back 2021.
Colin Peattie leads a strong contingent of underclass athletes that have to wait for 2021 to shine.
We take an early stab at predicting the stars of next spring, using data from 2019 and 2020.
Mario Giannini has big shoes to fill, and we can't wait to see him race again!
Clair will be carrying on the Garrett tradition of being the favorite in Oakland distance races when the 2021 season begins.
(Photo by Christina Johnson for The Lowell) Miguel Santos will be favored in the hurdles when the 2021 season comes around.
With so many talented non-seniors in the section, we will get to see many of these stars compete again in 2021.
Antonio Abrego is one of a small handful of elite juniors that were poised to challenge the seniors for the section title in 2020.
Only two non-seniors earn championships when we put all grades together. Colin Peattie is one of them, can you guess the other?
Though the seniors feel the loss of the track season most acutely (and rightly so), younger stars like Sofia Abrego also missed out on the chance to shine.
Seniors like Kenny Davis were set to dominate the section in 2020, with very few exceptions.
Let's shift the spotlight to the underclass stars that would have shone brightly this spring.
This section would have been dominated by seniors, but a handful of underclass athletes were ready to crash the part.
It's time to recognize the athletes from all grades that would have been in the spotlight this spring.
Which teams and individuals were ready to make a big splash in 2020?
Jenna Satovsky would have been in position to win three events - who else was set up to shine at the 2020 section final?
We look at one way the section final might have gone down, which includes Zachary Parker winning two events.
Stars like Naomi Johnson started 2020 off strong, while others were taking a gradual approach. We can recognize both groups with the right lists!
(Photo by Libby Cline Birmingham) You already know names like Caleb Foster and Namir Hemphill will be on this list, but 2020 brought some breakout performers that might surprise you.
With all the hurdlers, sprinters, and distance runners scored together, who rises to the top?
We put the top throwers and jumpers together to see who rose to the top in three categories!
When we score the 300H and 100H/110H together, who comes out on top?
There is a different #1 in each list, showing how new stars can rise from season to season.
A young crop of super-talented girls was ready to reach for new heights this spring, and we can recognize some of the likely stars from the lost season.
You can probably guess the top two in each of last year's rankings, but the returning lists and the data from 2020 show some new faces.
We used our Power Ratings formula to look at individual athletes instead of teams - the first in a series covering every event group.