The 16 Best Sprint & Hurdle Talents Headed To AAU This Week

IndexMakeriah Harris-Sanaa Hebron-Mario Paul-Kayleigh Stargell-Erriyon Knighton-Bryce McCray-Chanice Spicer-David Foster-Tamaal Myers-Aaliyah Butler-Alexander Nunley-Autumn Wilson-Udodi Onwuzurike-Lucheyona Weaver-Robert Gregory-Talitha Diggs

15. Sanaa Hebron

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Langhorne Neshaminy High School, PA

Class of 2022, Girls 15-16 -- 100m, 200m, 400m, 400mH

Ever so gradually, Hebron was chipping away at the clock over the outdoor season in 2019. 

With season best times of 24.94 seconds in the 200m and 56.37 in the 400m, she ranked 15th and 12th in Pennsylvania, respectively -- and top 50 in her class for the 400m -- as a freshman. 

Soon enough, those efforts only improved over the indoor season, where Hebron scored the state's top 300m time of the campaign in 38.75, then added a personal best of 55.04 seconds in the 400m. She also lowered her 200m best to 24.73. 

While Hebron didn't get a chance to show her development in 2020, the AAU Junior Olympic Games will give a glimpse into her training over the last few months. Better yet, look out for Hebron to try and break 60 seconds in the 400mH -- she enters the race seeded third overall. 

The Pennsylvania standout is one to watch. 

- Cory