The women's AR looks poised to fall if Monson and Cranny are both running. I'd give that a higher chance of falling over the men's AR since that 26:33 was run so perfectly. I could see Monson/Cranny going sub-30 since they'll probably be racing to the line.
For the guys, I really wonder what the race is gonna look like. Are Grant and Mo gonna be trying to go sub 26:30 on their own, while half a dozen guys chase 26:59 behind them? Grijalva placed higher in the 5k than Grant or Mo, is he gonna be in shape to run with them for 10k? Kincaid is in sub 12:50 shape now, is he gonna try to run with them too? Klecker and Mantz probably aren't ready for 26:3x, but if that group is bigger than the 26:59 group, would they just go with them and try to hang on? Seems like the kind of thing they'd do tbh. Grant and Mo aren't even announced yet, so if they don't end up running, there's probably 4-5 people who could break 27, which would be sick.
I wish some NAU/Stanford guys could run it, but that's probably a 1 way ticket to missing out on an NCAA title. Given the 3k/5k times we've been seeing, I think someone in the NCAA could run at least 27:05. Still though, this has become one of my favorite meets of the year, so I'm excited now :)