Dulaney's Cooper Giesler put together a track season that could be a sign of things to come this fall. (Photo by John Roemer)
Throughout the summer we rank returning runners and teams using last year's 5K or three mile season bests. However, some runners may be underrated, whether they were injured last fall or simply broke out on the track in the spring. Here are ten boys whose 2019 track performances could be signs of even bigger things to come this fall.