Disappointed to not see these two mentioned in the Foot Locker Preview.
I can’t speak much for Hengst, but he has run sub 15 at least twice and his track PRs speak for themselves. At 4:08 and 8:56 he at least has the speed to stick with the lead pack.
Hart, on the other hand, I can say has been impressive. He's been crushing competition in Jersey and aside from one “bad” race at Foot Locker Northeast he’s been undefeated all season. His PRs on the track are also impressive at 4:09 and 9:04.
I can’t say either will win, but they definitely are worth as much consideration as anyone else.