jock is exactly where he needs to be, he ran 1:45.5 here last year then went on to run 1:44.6 at USA's. his coach's and his goal is to qualify for london, Jock isnt peaking early. he is WAY ahead of last year, and is even better from last year. he also opened up in the 800m with his fastest opener ever, this all being after running a lot of 1500's and some legs on relays
ryan martin, he had a bad race at ncaa's last year. it might have been because he peaked too early, and i wouldnt be surprised if that was the case. this year however i think will be different for ryan. he is faster than last year and most likely a bit stronger, whether or not he'll be able to hold it together for the trials is the big question but i dont think we're going to be seeing him crap out at ncaa's like last year.