1:48/4:01/8:01 as a junior + an NXN title shattering the CR. Over the summer he said his goal was to break the 800 record, and a 2 second drop between junior and senior year doesn't seem like much of a stretch. If you could choose anyone to attempt a 3:53 mile, it wouldn't get much better than a 1:46/XC national champ guy. The only thing he's missing is a background in climbing.
He's got the best leg speed of anyone in his class, trounced the field at NXN, and has better PRs than Colin had going into track season last year. If he gets in the right races, I think he breaks both records.