While we are on the topic, what you all got for predictions.
I'm going to say 3:32 for Rupp, given that he improved over the course of last year, as well as his notably stronger results in indoor this year. I'm incline to say the same for Farah, but he MAY not be as sharp given that he has had some focus on longer road races. I expect a similar time from Farah, but I'm going to take a risk and say Rupp nicks him at the end in the 1500.
I don't think anybody will hammer the 5000, but assuming both guys finish I think Farah/Rupp will be 1-2 in around 13:10 or so, with Solinsky a few seconds back due to a slightly slower last lap, as Sol ran 13:23 at Payton off of a conservative start, and has had a few more weeks to keep sharpening. I expect Dathan to get under the standard as well.
Levins is a wildcard, especially if the rumor at him not training with the rest of the guys in Utah is correct. He clearly has the ability to also grab the A, but hopefully it isn't some injury problem as he has done well till now with avoiding that.
Webb is another who knows what to expect guy, and while he wasn't horrible at Payton he didn't impress. Same with Puskedra at Oregon, seemingly struggling to run 8:00 3k.
Don't know too much about the rest of the guys.