National Boys Performer Of The Week (2/20-2/26)

* Broderick Davis (left) earned the weekly performer award in week 11 for his performance at the LHSAA State Championships; Hunter Jones (right) earns a nomination in week 12 for his efforts at the MITS Indoor State Championships.

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Broderick Davis did it all a couple weeks ago at the Louisiana indoor state meet.

Davis, the junior out of Scotlandville (LA), won not one, but three LHSAA state titles on Feb. 18 in the long jump, triple jump and 60mH in dominant fashion. Those 30 individual points from Davis also propelled the Scotlandville boys to a commanding win on the team front.

Two of the wins came thanks to PR performances as well, including a US No. 5 7.84 in the 60mH and a US No. 6 mark of 24-0.5 in the long jump.

Those stellar efforts on the track and in the field earned Davis a coveted National Boys Performer Of The Week award, winning with 41-percent of the vote.

Now as we near the end of state championship season, who earns your vote in the latest weekly performer poll?

Vote below for your National Boys Performer Of The Week from meets held from Feb. 20 - 26.


Connor Burns, Southern Boone County (MO): Clocked a sub-4 mile of 3:59.11 at the Last Chance Indoor Qualifier, good for US No. 4 all-time indoors and becoming the fifth high schooler to go under four minutes indoors.

Brendan Herger, Northville (MI): Clocked 1:51.56 to win the 800m title at the MITS Indoor State Championships, which broke 800m World Champion Donovan Brazier's previous meet record and ranks at US No. 4.

Devan Kipyego, St. Raphael Academy (RI): Ran a new mile PR of 4:01.04 for a US top-10 all-time mark at the BU Last Chance Meet.

Conor McFadden, Central Bucks West (PA): Won the PTFCA state indoor title in the 200m with a US No. 5 mark of 21.19.

Kellen Kimes, Pittsfield (MI): Won both the weight throw and discus at the MITS Indoor State Championships, and his weight throw title came thanks to a US No. 3 and personal best mark of 77-0.5.

Drew Griffith, Butler (PA): Took home a state title in the boys mile at the PTFCA State Championships with a US No. 6 mark of 4:07.24.

Hunter Jones, Benzie Central (MI): Won three MITS indoor state titles, running 4:07.73 for 1,600m, 8:59.02 in the 3,200m and a strong anchor leg for Up North Elite in the boys DMR.

NPOTW Winners:

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