Which State Has the Best All-Star Indoor Relay Teams?

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Boys 4x400

How'd we calculate this? We took the top four athletes from each state and combined them for a relay. 

In a slightly more dominant fashion than Pennsylvania in the 4x200, Georgia is king in the 4x400.

And it really isn't that close. 

Boasting the top three boys in the entire country in Brian Herron, Nick Ramey and Trey Johnson, Georgia blows away the rest of the field with an incredible 3:08.98. They are the only state with four boys under 49 seconds and their fourth leg is well under, too -- Jacob Smith, 48.16, US No. 12. 

Michigan has the next two fastest boys in the country with Donnie James and James Flournoy both coming in under 47.4 and leading the state into second, just ahead of Texas. 

Check out how our mock 4x400 ended up: 

StateTime
GA3:08.98
MI3:12.91
TX3:14.21
PA3:14.69
NJ3:15.51
MO3:15.84
MD3:15.85
TN3:16.24


State
GABrian Herron 46.43
Nick Ramey 47.19
Trey Johnson 47.20
Jacob Smith 48.16
MIDonnie James 47.38
James Flournoy 47.42
Matthew Moorer 48.72
Marcus Montgomery 49.39
TXKevin Modesto 48.26
Robert Younger 48.33
Tolu Badmus 48.60
Chris Ford 49.02
PAMiles Green 47.93Rick Zink 48.54
Robert Dupell III 49.08
Michael Welde 49.14
NJMario Heslop 48.71
Kevin Sembrat 48.76
Nadale Buntin 48.98
Akeem Lindo 49.06
MOJustin Robinson 48.08
Chris Dupree 48.93
Tre Manning 49.23
Danny Hopkins 49.60
MDEric Allen, Jr 48.28
Nicholas Wilson 48.58
Ashton Allen 49.28
Keith Washington 49.71
TNWillington Wright 48.07
Nickson Pierre 49.05
Isaiah Weasby 49.53
Terry Towah 49.59





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