No disrespect to Bromell, but I don't see him as future of American sprinting as some like Mo Greene have said. I think he is very good and well get better, but I am doubtful how much better. In spite of his bronze medal at last year's WCs, I put Bromell in the bottom half of the top-6 sprinters in the world. Obviously, that still makes him very good, but when we say the future of American sprinting, that standard use to mean you are either the best in the world or number 2 at least. Right now there is Bolt, Gatlin and everyone else. Even among the U.S. top sprinters, most of the time Bromell looks slightly better than average. A dominant sprinter looks dominant, even when they don't run a great time, they win. I can only recall Bromell having one victory against world class competition. I watched Gatlin run a 4x1 leg at the Penn Relays and he looked like a man against boys, that's what dominance looks like. I know Bromell has a 10.84 PR to his credit, but beyond that one race, he has a 9.9x mid average. In my mind, that doesn't make you a solid 9.8x sprinter, I prefer to take the average of your 3 best races, which would make Bromell a solid 9.9x sprinter. 9.9x means you are in the chorus. With all of that said, obviously you can't discredit a 21 year old who is among the top sprinters in the world. Bromell is young, he will get better and I think he will always be good enough to consistently make national teams and global championship finals. But, I don't see him as the guy whose going to run incredible times, win gold medals and restore U.S. sprint dominance.