WATCH: Quincy Wilson Wows Again, Clocks No. 2 All-Time 500m

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- Quincy Wilson moved up the all-time rankings on Friday, going from No. 9 to No. 2. 

The Bullis School (MD) sophomore, who set freshman class records from the 300m through the 600m last season, became the fourth boy in high school history to dip under 1:02 in the 500m, clocking a U.S. No. 1 of 1:01.27 at The VA Showcase. 

The performance, a new meet record, was only two-hundredths of a second shy of Will Sumner's national record from 2022. 

As expected, Wilson got out aggressively led from the start in the two-and-a-half lap race. He made up the stagger on his competitors before he came off the first turn.

As the young star came around the final bend, Tim Brown tried to make a final surge but Wilson had put daylight on the rest of the field.

So ... it ultimately became him against the clock. 

Brown finished second in 1:02.69, which put him at No. 12 all-time, and Max D'Angelo finished third in the finals with a 1:03.62.  

Wilson joins Sumner, New York prep legend Strymar Livingston (1:01.70) and former Florida superstar Tyrese Cooper as a member of the sub-1:02 club.