Sean Dixon-Bodie, Bloomfield (CT): Incredibly, he keeps adding distance to his TJ. He once again furthered his US No. 1 TJ, this time at the Millrose Games to a mark of 52-1.5, which is now tied for US No. 3 all-time
Logan Coles, Woonsocket (RI): Cole executed a new US No. 1 in the weight at the RIIL Class Championships, scoring a mark of 77-4.5 to win state hardware.
Reheem Hayles, Springfield Gardens (NY): Hayles went a No. 6 all-time performance of 1:18.59 at the Millrose Games in the 600m.
Jeff Kline, Fleetwood Area (PA): He scored a US No. 2 shot put of 62-11.5 at the Golden Wolves HS Challenge.
Dylan Brown, Detroit Renaissance (MI): The sprinter scored an impressive double, posting a US No. 4 time of 21.30 seconds in the 200m and a US No. 14 mark of 6.82 seconds in the 60m at the SPIRE Scholastic Showcase.
Carson Belnap, Stansbury (UT): He lowered his personal best in the indoor 1,600m, beating a solid field at the Utah Distance Challenge in a US No. 1 time of 4:10.73.
Nico Young, Newbury Park (CA): He set a new national high school record in the 3K, going 7:56.97 against a field of professionals at the Millrose Games, surpassing Drew Hunter's former mark of 7:59.33.
Corey Wren, John Curtis (LA): The FSU football signee continued to show his speed, posting a US No. 5 time of 6.76 seconds in the 60m at LSU HS Last Chance Qualifier.