It's Official! Here's Where The Top 50 Recruits Are Going

National Signing Day for track and field is officially here. 

That means recruits who have committed to the program of their choice can finally put pen to paper and solidify the next stages of their careers. 

While hundreds of athletes across the country are signing National Letter of Intents today -- as well as through the week and over the next few months (the period officiall closes on Aug. 1, 2021) -- we will be keeping track of our blue-chip track and field standouts, as per our latest MileSplit Class of 2021 top 50 lists. You can check those installments out below. 

Below are the recruits on our top 50 boards that have officially committed and will sign with these programs.

You can follow our Recruiting Rundown page for more signings, and our college commitment center.

In the meantime, a big congratulations goes out to all the athletes who are signing. 


1. Nathan Green, Washington

3. Darius Kipyego, Iowa State

4. Judson Greer, North Carolina

6. John Lester, Stanford

10. Jaden Price-Whitehead, South Carolina

11. David Foster, Cal, Berkeley

12. Bryce McCray, Georgia

16. Parker Wolfe, North Carolina

17. Kamari Miller, Syracuse

24. Mario Paul, Houston

26. Chris Hilton, LSU

(Note -- Hilton may be signing on Dec. 16, the first day for the early signing period in football)

27. Korbin Martino, PSU

28. Carson Lenser, South Carolina

30. Tristian Merchant, NAU

32. Robert Whitmarsh, Texas A&M

42. Justin Wachtel, Virginia

44. Colin Peattie, Virginia

50. Robert DiDonato, Stanford


1. Michaela Rose, LSU

2. Brynn Brown, UNC

3. Sydney Thorvaldson, Arkansas

4. Tyra Wilson, Texas

5. Brooke Rauber, NC State

7. Bailey Goggans, Texas A&M

8. Sydney Masciarelli, UNC

9. Aaliyah Pyatt, South Carolina

16. Makayla Paige, UNC

17. Tess Stapleton, Stanford

19. Riley Ammenhauser, Michigan

20. Carlee Hansen, UNC

22. Trinity Rossum, UCLA

25. Sophie Galloway, Tennessee

27. Sophie Atkinson, Virginia

28. Taylor James, Stanford

29. Makhaila Mills, Southern California

32. Faith Bender, Arizona State

34. Teagan Zwaanstra, Stanford

36. Allie Janke, Arkansas

39. Analee Weaver, BYU

49. Heidi Nielson, Arkansas

50. Kennedy Wade, Texas A&M