* Austen Diggs (left) earned National Boys Performer Of The Week for his effort at adidas Track Nationals; Donovan Bradley (right) secures a nomination in the first outdoor poll of the season following his Victor Lopez Classic performance.
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In our final National Performer Of The Week poll of the indoor season last week, it was one of the top performers at the last indoor national championship of 2023 that secured the honor.
That athlete was Austen Diggs, who had one of the best performance to date at adidas Track Nationals on Mar. 19.
The junior representing LC Express (TX) came away with two titles and two PRs in the boys 60m and 200m in Virginia Beach, taking home the 60m win in 6.92 and logging 21.40 for the 200m trophy shortly afterward.
Diggs secured 57-percent of the vote in the week 15 poll to earn the national nod.
Now, we transition to our outdoor National Performer Of The Week polls as we head into April, and we saw a handful of impressive doubles and nation-leading efforts over the last week of action.
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. 20 - 26.
Issam Asinga, Montverde Academy (FL): Made his outdoor debut with a 20.57 (1.5) 200m and 10.06w 100m to win both events at the FSU Relays.
Xai Ricks, Long Beach Poly (CA): Clocked an impressive 800m PR of 1:49.19 for a new nation-leading time and a win against a loaded field at the APU Meet of Champions.
Donovan Bradley, Humble Summer Creek (TX): Won both the 110mH and 300mH at the Victor Lopez Classic in 13.71 (-0.4) and 36.23, both of which are US No. 1 times for each distance.
Bode Gilkerson, Plainfield (IN): Became the only competitor to clear 7-0 in the high jump this indoor season with his winning mark at the Hoosier State Relays.
Bryson Miller, Dorman (SC): Ran a new US No. 1 46.09 for a 400m win at the Bob Jenkins Coaches Classic, which is nearly a two-second PR. Miller also finished as the runner-up in the 200m.
Jayden Keys, Katy Thompkins (TX): Took home a long jump title at the Victor Lopez Classic with a country-leading leap of 24-5.5 (-0.4), as well as placed third in the 110mH in 13.84 (-0.4) and second for the 300mH in 37.92. Both of those hurdles efforts rank among the top 10 on each event national leaderboard.
Hayden Gorovitz, Desert Vista (AZ): Logged an Arizona state record of 221-8 in the javelin, winning a collegiate field at the Willie Williams Classic.
- Week 1: Killian Fahy, Cuthbertson (NC)
- Week 2: Brody Buffington, Catoctin (MD)
- Week 3: Nicholas Frattina, Mount Olive (NJ)
- Week 4: Tinoda Matsatsa, St. Andrew's Episcopal (MD)
- Week 5: Charles Perry, UMS-Wright (AL)
- Week 6: Nyckoles Harbor, Archbishop Carroll (DC)
- Week 7: Quincy Wilson, Bullis School (MD)
- Week 8: Maxwell Hardin, Auburn (AL)
- Week 9: Xavier Donaldson, Seton Hall Prep (NJ)
- Week 10: Antwan Hughes Jr., Parkland (NC)
- Week 11: Broderick Davis, Scotlandville (LA)
- Week 12: Conor McFadden, Central Bucks West (PA)
- Week 13: Matthew Auble, Warsaw (NY)
- Week 14: Quincy Wilson, Bullis School (MD)
- Week 15: Austen Diggs, LC Express (TX)
If selected as National Boys Performer Of The Week, please send mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your winner's backpack courtesy of TrackBarn.