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MileSplit50 Boys Top 5

Josh Hoey

School: Bishop Shanahan (PA)

Event: 800m, 1K, 1-mile, DMR

Bio: The Oregon signee broke an indoor national record in the 800m which stood since 2009 with a run of 1:47.67 in Boston. Hoey also ran a US No. 1 time in the 1K of 2:24.64 and ran a 1-mile indoor best of 4:07.42 at the NYRR Millrose Games, winning the elite high school section. 

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Brian Herron

School: Atlanta Lakeside (GA)

Events: 200m, 400m

Bio: Herron won an indoor national title in the 400m by setting a facility record of 46.31 seconds, which stands as the fifth-fastest high school time all-time. He now owns the fifth- and sixth-fastest times on the all-time list in the 400m. He also broke a world junior record in the 300m at the VA Showcase in January with a time of 32.64 and became the first athlete in the country to break 21 seconds in the 200m, going 20.95 in December. It now stands as the sixth-fastest indoor time of all-time. 

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Ayden Owens

School: North Allegheny (PA)

Event: 60mH, Long Jump, Pentathlon

Bio: Owens won a national title in the 60mH at New Balance Nationals Indoor in a time of 7.59 seconds, which tied the seventh-fastest mark of all time. He also finished second in the pentathlon with 3,969 points and finished second nationally in the long jump. He owns a PB of 23-3.5. 

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Eric Allen Jr.

School: Bullis School (MD)

Events: 55m, 60m, 200m, 300m, 4x200m

Bio: The Tennessee signee set a US No. 1 time of 20.91 seconds in the 200m at the UK High School Invitational and ran the second-fastest 300m over the season in 32.84, becoming just the third prep to go under 33 seconds. 

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Brodey Hasty

School: Brentwood (TN)

Events: 800m, 1K, 1-mile, 2-mile, DMR

Bio: The Oregon recruit was the nation's most prolific miler over the indoor season, logging three efforts at 4:04.98 or faster, including the fourth-fastest indoor effort of all time in 4:00.05 and the 11th all-time fastest mark at the distance. Hasty also anchored Brentwood Track Club to a national title in the DMR in the 1600m and won his second straight championship in the 2-mile with a US No. 2 time.