Best State All-Star 4x400 Relays

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This past weekend at the Great Southwest Classic an all-star team made up of athletes from Florida & Louisiana came together to run one of the fastest high school 4x400m ever.  Sean Burrell, Tyrese Cooper, Jamal Walton & Thomas Burns went 3:03.35 which would have been the national record if they were from the same high school.

This is a blazing fast time for high school as it would rank 10th in the NCAA this year.  This race made us wonder, which state would have the best all-star 4x400m team based on the top four open times in each state this year.

 

StateTotal TIme1st2nd3rd4th
USA3:02.87

Tyrese Cooper - 45.38

Jamal Walton - 45.70

Champion Allison - 45.87

Sean Hooper - 45.92

Florida3:03.44

Tyrese Cooper - 45.38

Jamal Walton - 45.70

Leander Forbes - 45.95

Duran Bell - 46.41

Texas3:05.05

Champion Allison - 45.87

Sean Hooper - 45.92

Howard Fields - 46.45

Terrance Mullings - 46.81

Georgia3:06.38

Brian Herron

- 46.15

Elija Godwin

- 46.34

Andre Jeff

- 46.89

Jacob Smith

- 47.00

Louisiana3:07.06

Sean Burrell

- 46.19

Darius Davis

- 46.86

Jandon Briscoe 

- 46.88

Dorian Camel

- 47.13

California3:07.53

Zach Shinnick

- 46.12

Karson Lippert

- 46.91

Myles Ellis

- 47.23

Zion Bowens 

- 47.27

New Jersey3:08.77

Brandon Outlaw

- 46.82

Mario Heslop

- 46.84

Amir Brock

- 47.44

Alexander (A.J) Moore

- 47.67

Ohio3:09.01

Wayne Lawrence Jr

- 46.67

Lonzell Feagin - 47.31

De Amonte King - 47.34 

Dominique Long - 47.69

New York3:09.28

Kyree Johnson - 46.68

Jovahn Williamson - 47.20

Onye Ohia-Enyia  - 47.50

Mathew Morales - 47.90

Virginia3:10.20

Micaiah Harris - 46.87

Igo Grimes - 47.32

Jordan Willis - 47.94

Tarik Samuel - 48.07

North Carolina3:10.73

Chantz Sawyers - 46.43

Jalen Jones - 47.87

Trequan Barnes - 48.04

Cameron Council - 48.39





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