Digital Harbor, junior
Flaviano won the 300 at the Class 3A state indoor meet and ran on the victorious 1,600 relay to help Digital Harbor finish fourth overall. He leads a strong group of sprinters and middle-distance runners that make the Rams tough to beat.
Cyrus Jones Jr.
He's headed to Alabama to play football, but Jones will give the Greyhounds plenty of help on the track this spring. Jones is so versatile that coach Johnnie Foreman said he can use him in the long jump, triple jump, 100 and 200, plus a few relays.
Meadows helped Gilman rally from a 59-point deficit to win the MIAA indoor title over Mount St. Joseph. He set a record in winning the 1,600 and has been one of the area's top distance runners the past few years.
A multitalented athlete, Merritt played a big role in Gilman's winning the MIAA indoor championship. He won the 800, took second in the high jump and ran anchor on the 1,600 relay team that won the final event to give the Greyhounds the title.
Mount St. Joseph, senior
Miles is one of the area's most talented athletes. He can help the Gaels in sprints, hurdles and field events and run in relays — leading to lots of points.