* West Forsyth's (NC) Mason Ellis had a big effort this week in the shot put
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Cameron Wilmington sprinted away from the competition during last week's National Performer nominations covering Jan. 13-19, winning Week 3 with a resounding 40-percent of the vote.
And deservedly so. The Wings (TX) Track Club athlete won the 60 meter hurdles at the Arkansas Invitational in a then-US No. 2 and personal record time of 7.90 seconds and was second in the 200m in a personal best of 21.91 seconds.
Across last week's voting, Wilmington earned 2,203 votes.
A big kudos goes out to the Texas athlete, who competes over the high school season with Fort Bend Elkins.
Now let's get to Week 4. Vote for whom you think should win this week's national honor following a big week of action. Voting will end Friday, and we'll recognize the winner every Monday during the unveiling of the newest poll.
Below we have eight boys nominees for this week's top honor. Vote below in the poll and let us know your thoughts in the comments. For reference, check out our Top 25 Indoor Performances of the Week. You can also vote in our National Girls Performer of the Week poll.
NPOTW Indoor Winners:
- Week 1: Laurenz Colbert, Eleanor Roosevelt (MD)
- Week 2: Emanuel Joseph, North Rockland (NY)
- Week 3: Cameron Wilmington, Wings (TX)