National Boys Performer Of The Week (3/13-3/19)

* Quincy Wilson (left) earned National Boys Performer Of The Week for his 400m win at New Balance Nationals Indoor; Kevin Sanchez (right) grabs a nomination in week 15 for his performance at the Texas Distance Festival.

- - -

For the second time this indoor season, Quincy Wilson won a National Boys Performer Of The Week nod.

And for good reason,  too.

The star freshman out of Bullis School (MD) won the seventh weekly performer poll of 2023 and now earns a win in week 14 for his stellar 400m championship win at New Balance Nationals Indoor on Mar. 12.

Wilson set a freshman 4000m class record of 46.67 to win in stellar fashion in Boston, beating out other top talents.

That added to Wilson's haul of ninth-grade records set this year indoors as he now holds the all-time U.S. high school bests in the 300m, 400m, 500m and 600m for his grade.

Wilson took home 67-percent of the vote in last week's poll to earn National Performer Of The Week.

Now, we've finally reached the end of the indoor nationals season, and our week 15 poll features some of the indoor stars one of the final weeks of competition, along with more of the top athletes to compete outdoors.

Winners through the outdoor season will receive a Performer Of The Week backpack courtesy of TrackBarn.

Continue below to vote for your National Boys Performer Of The Week from meets held Mar. 13 - 19.


Brennen McHenry, Brophy College Prep (AZ): Took first in both the long jump and high jump at the Brophy Prep Devon Allen AMDG Invitational, leaping a new US No. 1 24-4.5 in the long jump and 6-8 in the high jump.

Kevin Sanchez, Austin Vandegrift (TX): Placed first in the 5k at the Texas Distance Festival in a nation-leading 14:21.64.

Austen Diggs, LC Express (TX): Won both the 60m and 200m at adidas Track Nationals with big personal bests of 6.92 and 21.40.

Dwight Phillips, Pebblebrook (GA): Clocked a new top time nationally in the 100m with a 10.29 (1.2) season opener at the A.J. Terrell Invitational. That improves upon Phillips' previous 100m best from 2022 by nearly two-tenths of a second.

Cody Johnston, Hobart (IN): Cleared 17-0 to win the pole vault at adidas Track Nationals to win his second national championship in seven days. Johnston previously won the event at Nike Indoor Nationals.

Lewis Lagrant, Rockvale (TN): Won the high jump at the Siegel Opens with a US No. 5 clearance of 6-11, besting his previous PR by five inches.

Max Herman, Throw1deep (GA): Followed up his Nike Indoor Nationals title in the weight throw with another championship win at adidas Track Nationals with a throw of 76-3.5

NPOTW Winners:

If selected as National Boys Performer Of The Week, please send mailing address to to receive your winner's backpack courtesy of TrackBarn.