Rebekah Noble, Oregon sophomore, has run a 2:02.07 in the 800, expected to compete in the 4 x 800 and 4 x 1500.
Erin Donohue, Nike, miler, former Haddonfield High and North Carolina star.
Yohan Blake, St. Jago High School , holds Jamaican national record in 100 at 10.11 seconds
Devon Willams, 17, Texas freshman who ran a 2:06 in the 800 at 14. She joins the returning 4 x 800 defending champs Temeka Kincy, Janine Davis and Katara Rosby.
Latavia Thomas, LSU freshman, who ran for West Catholic and finished her high school career as a seven-time AAU Junior Olympic champ in the 800.
Brie Felnagle, North Carolina sophomore, double winner in ACC champs (1,500 and 800), will be joined on the distance medley team by Megan Kaltenbach, Tyra Johnson and Georgia Kloss.
Nia Ali, Tennessee freshman, ran for West Catholic
Walter Dix, Florida State junior sprinting sensation leads strong team, the reigning NCAA champs.
Evander Wells, LSU, has run a 20.43 in 200, fastest time for a collegian this spring.
Rob Waters, Marcel Coleman, Jahmone Duhaney and Mike Demko, Rutgers team that broke the collegiate indoor recird in the 4 by 200 this winter.
Boys high school mile field
of Millrose Games champ Chris Moen (Walter Johnson, Md.), who has run 4:16.96; National Scholastic Indoor champ Charles White (Cherry Creek, Englewood, Colo., 4:10.04); Dominic Della Pelle (Salesianum, Wilmington, defending champion at 4:13.82); Matthew Centrowitz (Broadneck, Annapolis, Md., 4:08.76); Paul Springer (Unionville, Kennett Square, Pa., 4:12.61).
Doris Anyanwu, Tasha Stanley and twin sisters Tameka and Takecia Jameson from Eleanor Roosevelt High School of Maryland should be a threat in both the 4x400 and 4x800.