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    2019 NCAA 400H: Quincy Hall (South Carolina) 48.48
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    1. Quincy Hall South Carolina Jr
    2. Cameron Samuel USC So
    3. Norman Grimes Texas Tech So
    4. Robert Grant Texas A&M Sr
    5. Amere Lattin Houston Sr
    6. Infinite Tucker Texas A&M Jr
    7. Taylor McLaughlin Michigan Sr
    8. James Smith Arizona Fr
    9. Cory Poole Florida So
    10. Paramveer Chohan Cal Jr
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    I would think this is one of the 'locks' of the meet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    I would think this is one of the 'locks' of the meet.
    It SHOULD be, but the 400H is one of those events where someone can dramatically improve in one race and shock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    It SHOULD be, but the 400H is one of those events where someone can dramatically improve in one race and shock.
    You mean like 47.02 in poor conditions; he was the favorite but it was still a shock?
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    The only way a shock happens is if Quincy Hall hits hurdles false starts or DNF. He is capable of breaking 48. Everyone else is in the convo just for breaking 49. I believe he is over a second better than the field at everyones best.
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    no, he's only 0.55 ahead of Cameron Samuel
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    no, he's only 0.55 ahead of Cameron Samuel
    Yes Cameron Samuels is good and has run .55 behind Hall but I stand behind my original statement Hall is a about a second better than the field at everyones best. Hall has so much room to improve and on top of that he hasn't been pushed outdoors in either 400 flat or 400hurdles so there is really no telling what he is capable of doing. Hall has won every single one of his races wether it be the 400 open or 400h this outdoor season by almost a second or more. Even though he is just running off of raw talent right now with horrible form and technique, I still think in his current form if he was pushed in the NCAA he could run 44 low or better in the open and 47 mid in the hurdles.

    Cameron can definitely break into the 48s but he is not ready to go 47.
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    8 Advance: Top 2 Each Heat Plus Next 2 Best Times

    Heat Lane Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    1 2 Chris DOUGLAS SR Iowa 50.32 50.32
    1 3 Cory POOLE SO Florida 50.35 49.71
    1 4 Robert DUNNING JR Alabama 50.24 50.24
    1 5 Amere LATTIN SR Houston 49.45 49.45
    1 6 Martice MOORE SR Louisville 49.85 49.85
    1 7 Miles GREEN FR Virginia Tech 50.25 50.25
    1 8 Eric FOGLTANZ JR Iowa State 50.39 50.18
    1 9 Roland AMARTEIFIO JR Michigan 50.46 50.46

    Heat Lane Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    2 1 Nick HILSON JR Arkansas 51.22 51.22
    2 2 Akeem LINDO FR N. Carolina A&T 50.42 50.42
    2 3 Jaelen WILLIAMS JR Hampton 50.27 49.97
    2 4 Robert GRANT SR Texas A&M 49.47 49.15
    2 5 Cameron SAMUEL SO USC 49.09 49.09
    2 6 Taylor MCLAUGHLIN SR Michigan 49.94 49.10
    2 7 Denzel VILLAMAN JR Florida 50.25 50.25
    2 8 Rasheed TATHAM SR Miss State 50.13 50.13
    2 9 Collin HARDEN JR Youngstown St. 50.52 50.52

    Heat Lane Athlete Affiliation SB PB
    3 2 Quivell JORDAN SO Houston 50.11 50.11
    3 3 James SMITH FR Arizona 49.88 49.88
    3 4 Norman GRIMES SO Texas Tech 49.11 49.11
    3 5 Quincy HALL JR South Carolina 48.54 48.54
    3 6 Travean CALDWELL JR Arkansas 50.14 50.14
    3 7 Infinite TUCKER JR Texas A&M 49.38 49.38
    3 8 Jonathan HARVEY JR Oregon 50.05 50.05
    3 9 Paramveer CHOHAN JR California 49.80 49.80
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    The Michigan kid in the outside lane certainly has an argument to be advanced after that stupid obstruction by one of the LJ contestants.
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    T&FN formchart, Advancers to final:

    1. Quincy Hall South Carolina Jr
    2. Cameron Samuel USC So
    3. Norman Grimes Texas Tech So
    4. Robert Grant Texas A&M Sr
    5. Amere Lattin Houston Sr
    7. Taylor McLaughlin Michigan Sr
    8. James Smith Arizona Fr

    Did not advance:
    6. Infinite Tucker Texas A&M Jr
    9. Cory Poole Florida So
    10. Paramveer Chohan Cal Jr
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