KD Greer and Mulder are non-factors.
When Wheating decides to stop being an idiot you can throw him in. Primm, Jock, and Martin are second tier fighting for spot number 3 against a non-idiotic Wheating.
Symmonds is the man to beat and Andrews is right behind him.
just to add, jock i say is ahead by a good amount of both martin and primm.
mulder I wouldnt say is a total non-factor as he was fourth last time and has worked on his strength a lot this year so i think he's due for a pr. making the team? probably not im my mind but maybe next year for moscow.
kd i dont see as making the team again this year. last year seemed like it was his swan song for teams as the flood gates have opened for the collegians. the collegiate system and the young up-and-comers are full of potential and we are faaaar deeper than back in 2008 (we had, what, two guys with SB's under 1:45?)
Wheating doesnt seem like he'll be coming back to the 800m anytime soon, or at least until his pr looks better in comparison to his 1500m pr. that i see as Vin and wheating's main pull for staying in the 1500m (i can see vin as sayin wheating needs to train for it as his 800m time says he is better in the 1500m), with vin making the argument that he's better at the 1500m. and who could argue with him? 3:30.9 is better than 1:44.4.
until Wheating runs in the 1:43 range i dont think we'll see him running the 800m much in the near future. he has shown better success in running the 800m but i think that might be due to his not having run nearly as many 1500m races.