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

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10. Chanice Spicer

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Brewbaker Tech High School, AL

Class of 2021, Girls 17-18 100m, 200m, 400m

Spicer is probably one of the more underrated sprinters out there right now. But there's no doubt she has the potential to podium at the Games. 

She finished the 2020 indoor season ranked No. 24 nationally in the 400m (55.92) and top 50 in the 200m (24.61), then proceeded to knock down the latter time with a wind-aided 23.96 mark at the Alabama Heat Tune-Up in July. She also went a wind-aided time of 11.74 in the 100m. 

Those two events, plus the 400m, is where we will find the Alabama talent this week. 

Given some competition, Spicer has an opportunity to test herself against some of the best athletes in the country. 

- Cory